Occasionally, I'll stop for a split second and suddenly realise the beauty of what I'm looking at.
Terry Pratchett describes it beautifully: "Open your eyes, and then open your eyes again." What you see the second time is what is really there.
It's like taking a mental step back from what you're doing to just admire the beauty of what is happening. Occasionally, such a thing can be caught on camera. The part of me that catches those moments is what I nickname my photographer's eye.
This is my bedtime reading a few days ago, seen through my photographer's eye. This wasn't set up or posed - just a moment of my life, captured.