I have much more to say. To share, but for now Uncle Bill, You were one of the truly greats. <3
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(This post is a mix of images from my phone and camera.) Over the course of a week this six year old made a full size quilt. I helped quite a bit, but she really worked hard on her quilt. She spent hours at a time sewing and cutting. We followed a few different “quilt … Continue reading The K Quilt
“If it doesn’t have ambiguity, don’t bother to take it. I love that, that aspect of photography – the mendacity of photography- it’s got to have some kind of peculiarity in it or it’s not interesting to me.” -SALLY MAN
Of the tens of thousands of images I took this year, I have only released a small fraction of them out into the world. I don’t mean the images that go to my clients. I mean the photos I share on social media, in the comfort of my home, or with good friends over coffee. Some … Continue reading 1.1.16 – A look back on 2015
For my birthday Dan took me to a few different bookshops. The first stop in our day was here, at The Owl Pen. The Owl Pen is kind of located in the middle of nowhere down a narrow unpaved road that leads to an old farm. The main book shop is located in an old … Continue reading The Owl Pen
My Aunt Laura’s words to my father echo in my mind this evening. Things haven’t been quite right since the end of February. Hospitals and rehab facilities. This past winter I started searching for a picture with my grandma. Just one. A picture of a hardware store – Her father’s store. I was determined to … Continue reading You had her long enough.
1.1.2015 I’ve recently become a subscriber on Feedly. It’s the best. I’ve always wanted to follow blogs regularly, but could never remember to dig them out of my bookmarks. I would end up following the author on Facebook, and even that was hit or miss. Now that I’m a regular Feedly subscriber it’s super easy … Continue reading 1.1.2015
Happy Halloween, all you beautiful people! This year, I’m way to into our costumes to wait a full blown year to post them. We spent about a month working on them, and a bit more than I wanted to, but it was OK. I don’t have the grand tally. I probably spent about $20.o0 in … Continue reading She-Ra and Lucy Ricardo
You know you’re a wedding photographer, when you’re at one of your best friend’s weddings…not working…and you watch photographs unfolding all around you. You are acutely aware of the way the light dances with the shadows. This doesn’t just happen at weddings for me. It happens everywhere, everyday… in the monotony of daily life, but … Continue reading You know you’re a wedding photographer, when…