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Catching Up

21 Oct

So…in the month of October I have:

A) Gotten food poisoning and landed in the emergency clinic in another country. Still trying to recover from that.

B) Hosted my good friend David Pasillas, a west coast photog, and found ourselves on a three day New England leaf-peeping adventure.  I still have to download those shots. haha

C) Worked hard to finish 3 photo projects, one of which will be a collaborative series of blogs with the aforementioned David, my friend Will and his better half Britta (sorry Will. ;-D)  I’m pretty pumped about!  (So..uh…stay tuned)  One of the other projects is a magazine submission which is making me hold off a bit on posting all of my Peru photos just yet.  But trust me, they’re awesome and when the time comes, you’ll love them.

D) Had knee surgery, and am currently on crutches.  I’ll be headed to my post-op appointment in about an hour, as a matter of fact.  You know what is difficult to do on crutches?  Everything. haha

E) Shot a couples session for one of my best friends (on crutches!) and was overwhelmingly happy when the guy surprised us all by turning it into an engagement shoot!

And the month isn’t done yet!

For today, I figured I’d share an oldie-but-goodie fall foliage photo.  Tis the season, afterall. 🙂

Autumn in New England

Autumn in New England

New photos coming shortly, I promise!

Tractor in the Barn

13 May
Parked for the Night

Parked for the Night

I stopped by the farm yesterday (before I went out to mosquito and tick land) and fell in love with the way the sunlight was falling into the hay barn through the old, warped barn wood on the back wall.

The tractor (which happens to be one of many on the property – the farm owner collects antique tractors) made a perfect subject to fill the frame.  Coincidentally, this will also make a perfect gift for the farm owner come the holidays! Double win! 😉

Hope you are all enjoying some sunshine where you are, and loving on your Momma’s for Mother’s Day.  Now that I’ve finished this photo, and tomorrow’s post on Color Distortions (Teaser!! Make sure to check back! haha) it’s time for me to go enjoy the rest of my Sunday too. 🙂

Enjoy Life!

11 Apr

Here is another dose of Quotography to get you through the day.

"To enjoy the full flavors of life, take big bites. Moderation is for monks." ~Robert a Heinlein

"To enjoy the full flavors of life, take big bites. Moderation is for monks." ~Robert a Heinlein

I’m getting pumped for the upcoming creativity project I will be hosting with the help of Nick at Nick Exposed.  It’s free, it’s for fun and you should join!  Yes, I’m talking to YOU, fellow photographers, graphic designers and friends! All you need is a camera…or a cell phone with a camera…to be part of the action.

If you’re interested, let me know! Instructions will go out at the beginning of next week. =)