Sub-framing is the subject of Brenda’s photo study this week. She explains it well. I have subscribed Ted Forbes’ YouTube Channel for a while and I had watched Ted’s video on sub-framing before (I think he has more than one on this subject). Still, I learned something new from reading Brenda’s post. Thank you, Brenda.
(On the lighter side, Maddie and Josh, Photograph Down Under, has a short video on sub-framing also. You can click here to see it.)
Then, here is a photo of one tomato and three apples.
I don’t really know how the idea of this tomato photo came to me. My guess is that it has something to do with my recent discussion with a blogger on lessons learned in life.
There were times in the past that I had worked hard to be a part of a group. On the surface, people in the group did treat me as one of them, but later things happened and I found out I wasn’t one of them. I felt being rejected; I felt hurt and sad. I didn’t understand what went wrong.
I laugh at this matter now. They didn’t reject me; we were not the same kind of people, and that’s the fact. I am not talking about skin colors. I am talking about personalities, passions, attitudes toward life…
That’s my tomato story.
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