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A Fleeting Moment In Time

Monday, August 29th, 2011

fleeting moment

[Digital washi tape: by Karla Dudley; The rest of the elements are by me…]

I wrote these words as a comment on a blog post on Write. Click. Scrapbook and thought I must share the memory and actual photo with you guys!

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Try an Unexpected Point of View – Photography Prompt

Thursday, February 4th, 2010


[Fonts: Vegur, VTPortableRemington; Digital Kits: Can’t Buy Me Love + Write It Down Aged Lables – both by Shimelle Laine; Digi Essentials #2,#3 – both by Karla Dudley.]

The journaling in the layout above reads:

Who said everyone should look at the camera in order to capture a moment in time and immortalize a memory.

I stand by these words.

As you might have notice, no one in the picture is looking at the camera, yet I kept this pictures because it captures a true, uneditted, unstaged moment – and I love it! The photo is genuine and authentic and thus precious to me.

Give it a chance. try to capture a true moment in time and choose the best point of view to depict that moment.


Are you always asking people to look at the camera and say ‘cheese’? Share your thoughts by leaving a comment on this post.

Side Notes

You might have noticed a slight downsizing on my part. I haven’t been updating the blog as often as I used to and that stems from a couple reasons.

First, I have just come back from a two-week vacation back home after more than a year of absence and remoteness. It has been quite an emotional as well as an awakening and changing experience. I just could not take time from my visit and spend it online. I hope you understand.

Second, I have embarked on a challenging journey. It has nothing to do with paper crafts – or any other crafts for that matter. It has everything to do with my peace of mind and personal development. At this early stage, I find it difficult to share (and no. It isn’t pregnancy) but I hope I’ll gather the courage sooner or later.

For these reasons I have decreased the amount of posts I put up each week, though I will keep on updating and putting up tutorials, journaling prompts and general ideas, as well as share crafty projects with you and in time I hope I will be strong enough to share more about my current challenge in life.

So please bare with me and stay put. You are very welcome to comment and I will join any discussion you start. You may also feel free to contact me and e-mail me in person. I will do my very best to get back to you as soon as possible.

I love you!

…and I need you to stay with me, are you in?

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Creativity Prompt – Capture Happiness Through The Lens

Friday, July 3rd, 2009

Capture Happiness Through The LensThere are many ways to tell a story with our design and with our journaling. However the story telling begins while we stand behind the camera and capture a still moment. The lighting, the angle, the composition all take part in portraying our story.

I have not yet included a photography prompt on Creativity Prompt, but I plan on including many more. Please let me know what you think about it!

This week’s photography prompt is to take a photo that conveys happiness.

I took this photo of my niece, Tsuf, last November while I was visiting home. Let me count the ways this photo communicate “happiness” to me:

  • It reminds me of my visit back home. Being with my family always means happy times for me.
  • This photo also helps me remember how delighted my niece was to see me after a long period of time I had been away (…and now it’s been even longer). When I look at her in this picture I recall the warm hug and the soft kiss she gave me a few minutes before when she entered my parents’ house.
  • Looking at my niece with her broad smile, dancing and having fun in the middle of my parents’ living room reminds me of me at her age – just looking for ways to have fun and be happy. The happiness of children is always the brightest!


Please link to your happy pictures – either leave a comment here, use the contact form or start a new thread on the Creativity Prompt Flickr Group!!!

I’d love for you to share your happiness.


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