The photos from my day in the Park of Roses with Mike, Katie, & Jack are up on the photo website. Check them out!
I saw the above on Pintrest today and read about some photographers that snuck up to the top of the pyramids to take photos. There are some very unique shots. I especially like the one above because so often photos of the pyramids don't show how close the city is, and this shows that so clearly.
Click the photo above to see them for yourself. I hope they don't get caught!
I got to be paparazzi to this little guy this week. How cute is he? And he kept smiling at the camera! What a perfect little subject. Scoot on over to A Broad Tale Photography to see more.
I have moved a lot throughout my life. So much so that I get a little nervous when people ask "Where are you from?". There were times when moving tore me apart, but I've overcome this and now I often welcome a change.
Even when my world seems to be turned upside down, however, I have always had these constant points to hang onto. Places that loved ones always were. These constants created a web in my mind that was more "home" than any structure has ever been.
One of these constants has gone out, however. This week, as we make our way to Wooster for my Grandfather's memorial, it may be the last time I have a reason to ever go to this town that I've been traveling to since I was born.
Its a very odd thing to try to deal with.
I took some photos of some of the classically unique things about this place, while I was up there last and wanted to share a few.
I got to spend the day with our niece Jasmine last week. This was the craft project I came up with in order to keep us busy while it rained.
I spent quite a bit of time yesterday playing around online trying to figure out the best way to eventually post & share my photos as I continue to grow as a photographer. I decided that I needed a website completely different than my blog, that I could hand out to strangers without worry of them perusing my blog and knowing too much about me. As a result, I came up with this:
A Broad Tale Photography
I need to add to it and continue to expand it as I gain experience, but I thought I'd share. A lot of the photos are repeats from my blog, but that will hopefully change over time as I gain more experience. I'd love feedback, so let me know what you think!
I am finally done editing the photos from the Father Daughter dance. It took me longer than I would have liked, but I blame the move whole heartedly ;)
Below are just a few more highlights from the event. I really enjoyed doing it. What could be better than getting to capture a bunch of little girls dressed up like princesses? So much fun.
A glimpse into what I've been doing lately.
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