It’s two weeks into February, and so far, I’ve only done one shoot. The editing will come later.
We’re just over a month into the year, and so far, I’ve only created 6 pieces.
I started beating myself up for it, feeling sorry for myself, and questioning whether or not I can really call myself a creative. Do I just like the term creative, without actually having anything to offer?
This morning I got to spend time in my favorite way: out in a rich-colored, wet, late-Autumn forest, wearing a silky dress and letting my imagination run free while shooting images for later.
When I first went out, there was a thick fog over the bike trail, wafting through the trees. It felt magical, like seeing behind the curtain and entering another world.
December is a time filled with holiday busyness. For better or worse, it’s often thought of as a time of peace and safety. But that isn’t reality for everyone.
Human trafficking affects millions of people. And if we don’t do anything to fight it, this horrific form of modern slavery will continue.
How do you feel about change? Love it or hate it, change happens to all of us. This was my last image from Brooke Shaden’s Content Creation Challenge last year. When I finished this composite, I asked myself: what if this is the last image I ever create?
We have to be filled in order to pour out. There's beauty everywhere around us. We look at it, but do we truly see it?
I just broke my favorite teacup while shooting. I didn’t have the chance to do much with it yet, so that just adds to the disappointment.
As I was thinking about it, I wondered, how could it have been my favorite? After all, I’d only just recently gotten it, and it wasn’t a core part of any of my images.
I’ve been watching Doctor Who lately. It’s been so interesting to rewatch through the journey of the Ponds, I’ve found myself laughing and crying and being inspired all over again in a new way.