Although I'm not near the ocean and visit it as much like I use to, it is still one of my favorite places to visit and photograph my children playing. Here is a photo archive taken a few years ago in San Diego, CA of my little guy doing what he loves to do - run and run some more! Have a wonderful week folks. On a side note, the grainy quality is inspired by film photography, a craft I hope to learn more of.
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I titled this piece, "Floral Blow," and loved being able to capture this while the wind was blowing. My original intent was to create this photograph in to a black and white but felt the color version popped more.
I titled this piece, "Minimal Pop," due to the minimal and abstract styles of art inspired by this floral photograph. With the use of natural light and post editing techniques I was able to convey the softness of this poppy. Check out my color version photograph of poppies.
I created this image to share with you my new adventure on Pinterest and streamlining my social media accounts. I decided to no longer use Instagram and Facebook in order to have more time creating art and doing life. I felt a desire to have more focus and managing multiple social media accounts was a bit distracting and required time I wasn't able to give. Therefore, I hope my Pinterest journey will be one that will help showcase my art and TpT endeavors. Have a great week folks!
I took this photo years ago and have always loved this photograph since capturing this image propelled me to have more of an interest in abstract photography. When I have more time on my hands, I hope to explore this subject matter more in depth. Therefore, stay tune...for now, I hope you all have a blessed and loving week.
When I took this photograph, I wanted to play with perspective and I got really low to the ground to capture my son being carried by his gracious cousin during a day at the river. In looking at this image, I am reminded of how it is important for us to help carry one another's burdens or, simply, to lend a helping hand.
“No one is useless in this world who lightens the burdens of another.”
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