Red, White, Blue

Tech Specs: f/2.8, ISO 200, 1/10,000, 40mm

I made a commitment to many moons ago. Everytime I see something that tugs at my heart, I stop and photograph.

It's a great exercise because it pushes you to think and evaluate, "Why is this so important to me?" It also is a good habit because it teaches you that moments, time and space are fleeting, better stick a camera in front of it.

This struck me as bold and simple. They are doors, red and blue, with white in the middle. Nothing more, nothing less. However, on this day, traveling on the way to Belvedere, S.C. it was something more because my heart told me to stop.

*Note: I did find a dollar when I got out of my car. So if nothing else I gained a dollar and stayed true to a personal philosophy.

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