It is hard to believe that in just about a week we have gone from half a foot of snow, to 60 degrees, with daffodils blooming, and my spinach sprouting. Soon I'll be able to break out my flip flops again.
I hope I'm not jinxing myself when I say, good bye winter, you were fun, but think it's time we see other seasons.
You've hidden a lot of beauty in the bleak gray landscape, I suppose this is a toast to your last wind.
I recall that Byron Baldwin gave my class a piece of good advice. He told us that sometimes we should simply walk out the front door with our camera, and see where it leads us. Sometimes the most simple advice can be the best.
Photographing at night just seems to make pictures more compelling.
More photos after the break:
Perhaps it is the snow, perhaps I'm feeling generous, perhaps I realized I'm leaving for Rome in a few months, but I want to let everyone know about this special offer.
I'm doing couples portrait shoots for $250. Half an Hour, I'll come to you. 1 8x10 print, and digital copies.For $350 you'll get a video collage too.
Plus, I will photograph your future wedding for half off*.
(That's a pretty sweet deal)
*Future wedding deal valid for the same couples, not their next sweethearts. Sorry.
**with the exception of weddings held inMay an June 2014.
I dropped my umbrella and pulled out my camera in the rain to catch these enchanting orbs. Each sphere like a tiny star, growing on a chandelier.
Even on the grayest days, there is still so much beauty in the world, if you take the time to look for it.