The next Apple OSX wallpaper? 😏 Sunrise in the Rockies will never get old 🗻
Last week's Lake Louise adventure is now on the blog, featuring our newest and cutest housemates 🐶 (link in bio). ⠀ ⠀ Don't forget to get your camera out and practise the art of storytelling with my #everydaystorytellingchallenge. Read two posts back to find out more!
In honour of Earth Day. Let's take care of her. In our littlest of choices and day-to-day actions, let's remember that we thrive when she does.
Quick iPhone shot from today's rough sunrise ascent on the East End of Rundle (EEOR). It wasn't the most spectacular sunrise, I'm not 100% happy with my shots, we stopped just short of the summit, and the tough scramble ensured I left plenty of DNA on the trails, but I'm grateful to have gotten up anyway. More on my Instagram stories! ✨
Capturing moments doesn't have to be reserved for your weekend adventure, your overseas holiday, or those times when you're perfectly dressed. My camera comes out to play even in places like the kitchen. What is life without the in-between, the genuine, not-so-glamorous, day-to-day things we all have to do as human beings? For me, it's important to capture it all. If you've been to my photography workshops at @workshopbrisbane, you'll know that I call this Everyday Storytelling.⠀ ⠀ If it's been some time since you took your camera out, I set you this challenge: find opportunities to capture your favourite day-to-day moments, every day for 14 days. It could be the process of making breakfast, the view in your morning commute, or your evening walk. ⠀ ⠀ Tag me and your photos under #everydaystorytellingchallenge, and be sure to message me with any questions/struggles along the way! Let's practise making art with our photography together, even in the most mundane of tasks and most ordinary of moments.