Tag: mirrorless camera
The view from here.
I wouldn’t say I’m a particularly contemplative person, but it’s hard not to be when you’re standing 14,115 feet above it all. It’s hard to breathe – both due to the thinner air and the staggering view. If ever I’ve felt small, it’s looking down from the summit of Pike’s Peak and realizing that I’m…
So, we weathered a hurricane.
Florence wasn’t our first hurricane since we made North Carolina home seven and a half years ago. And like others before her, we survived unscathed. It’s heartbreaking to see others losing their homes and in some cases, their lives, while we only suffered some flickering power. We expect a lot more rain over the weekend…
I need a vacation from my vacation.
Traveling with kids is never relaxing. Even when they’re confined to a cruise ship. But they had fun and I’m holding out hope that I will someday be able to relax on an adult only vacation… I did, however, enjoy a blissful couple of hours on an adult only beach while my kids were relishing…
Nature is my new muse.
I have never photographed nature much, preferring people and architecture, but lately, I have been so inspired by it. I find myself taking more and more pictures of nature. I even began a new photography project photographing leaves. (I may have mentioned that already…) Here are some of my recent captures.
Therapy through photos.
I love that when there are no words to adequately express my feelings, there are pictures. Right now, life feels blurry and complex. I know I’ll survive it, but I wonder how long it will last.