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The last month has been filled with travel and family. We spent a wonderful 10 days in beautiful Palm Springs, CA, celebrating my uncle's 70th. Of course we had to steal some time away to visit Joshua Tree and take in some of our favorite sites in the area. It was so hard to say goodbye at the end of our trip, but what wonderful memories were made!
This post is part a blog circle, celebrating every day life. Please continue on in the circle and visit the very talented Mandalyn Renicker as she shares a glimpse in to her daily life over the last month.
This post is part of a blog circle that takes time each month to reflect on what life over the last month looked like for each member. Please continue on in the circle and visit the Lisa Howeler, as she shares a glimpse in to her family's life.
I can't believe it's August already!
The summer has flown by, and it's hard to believe that kids will be starting back to school soon. Summer this year has been a quite one for our household this year. Since mid-June I've been struggling with persistent pain on the upper right-side of my body. Although I've suspected for years, it was confirmed with 100% certainty that I have gallstones and a gallbladder that needs to be removed. Not feeling confident in what foods cause the pain to flare-up, and not wanting to risk a potential ER visit away from home, or for that matter emergency surgery, we have stuck close to home.
Although I'm feeling better now, between work and not feeling well, I haven't had much energy to pick my gear up and shoot. It's been frustrating; I've had so many ideas for some personal photography projects for this summer and they have all had to have been pushed to the back-burner. One "project" though seemed perfect for this time where my body has forced me to take it easy - film.
There is something about film that I absolutely love, but words fail me when it comes to describing why. I think part of it has to do with shooting film is something I do so completely for myself. Not wanting to waste a frame - I slow down so much and really think about each shot. And a silly as it will sound to some, waiting for scan day is like waiting to open presents on Christmas. I check my email far too many times the day I expect my scans and can't wait to open them and see if I was really able to capture what I saw.
Below are a few glimpses in to my everyday, from my August batch of scans.
Business took me New Orleans for my first ever trip. I was thankful to have a couple half-days to explore out a little from my hotel and get a small taste of this fascinating and mysterious city. I can't wait to return again someday and explore more!
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Stretching my wings, and stepping outside of my comfort zone. Headshots for an up and coming spoken word artist.