Spring doesn’t seem very interested in sticking around in Pennsylvania, but I’ve still managed a couple of family sessions on the days the rain and cold did hold off. I met one family at Howard Elmer Park in Sayre and had to laugh because when I first saw the men in the family I wasContinue reading “The J* Family”
This post was originally published on my main blog, Boondock Ramblings. We live in the day and age of scrolling through life. Scrolling through trivial information and scrolling through deep and important information. We scroll past photo after photo and thought after thought and rarely pause to truly think about what we are seeing andContinue reading “Capturing the Real, Raw Moments of Life through Photography”
Creatives often talk about being in a rut and I certainly am in one right now when it comes to photography. I haven’t touched my camera in almost two months. I definitely know I have seasonal depression disorder and that the lack of vitamin d leaves me unmotivated all winter long. In past years IContinue reading “The creativity rut”
“I worried too much about what others thought—I can tell you it’s a tragic waste of time and energy and pokes God in the eye.” – Father Tim Kavanaugh, The Mitford Series by Jan Karon.