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Weekly Photo Challenge: Unfocused

When I saw the topic for this week’s challenge, I swore out loud. Usually, I delete photos that are unfocused or blurry – why keep them, I think to myself. And with a digital camera, it’s easy and it’s immediate. No waiting until the photo’s printed. There’s no reminder, no evidence of my miscalculation. I searched and found this:

Weekly Photo Challenge: Unfocused

Weekly Photo Challenge: Unfocused - Outside Emancipation Park for the premiere of Marley, the documentary






  1. candice michelle says:

    Thanks for this wonderful site, every art has its own beauty.
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  2. You’re welcome, Candice! Thanks for visiting and leaving a comment.

  3. Such a great shot, the whole scene is vibrating! I already can feel the vibe!
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  4. Hahaha, thanks Laura. Thanks for visiting and commenting!

  5. You did a nice job! 🙂
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  6. looks very festive and fun

  7. It definitely was festive and fun.

  8. Thanks, Elizabeth.

  9. Nomadic Samuel says:

    I’ve actually found that sometimes my ‘not so technically perfect shots’ whether they be unfocused (or something else) can sometimes be worth keeping for sentimental reasons.
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  10. With digital, it’s so easy to hit the delete button on a not so perfect shot. Now, I’ll try to keep a few for sentimental reasons.