So truth be told, I really enjoy going to the dentist. I'm like the only person I know who feels that way. What's one thing you love that most people hate?
Where you at rain? Oh wait, it's AUGUST and we're back to smokey days on days. My heart hurts for all of those wildfires out there. Mother nature, take it easy now okay?
I've got a friend who only shops with large companies (+ small local business owners) that have an a or b rating with the better world shopping guide. So...if the company doesn't have great practices, they don't make the cut and don't get her money.⠀ ⠀ Basically, I need to be more like her. What's something you do to positively influence the earth or to lessen your carbon footprint?
Over the last few years while living in Washington, I've gotten the your photographs are so amazing - you can't beat those backdrops comments. I agree - Washington is pretty rad and it's nice to hear that others who don't get to see mother nature at what I would say is her best, appreciate my work. You guys are truly the best for lifting me up! ⠀ ⠀ While I'll never complain about a gorgeous location, the luck of gorgeous weather or the opportunities here, I'd argue that I don't think a backdrop determines a photo's worth. Don’t get me wrong, I’ll always choose an epic mountain first. But, to me, what makes a good photographer or a good photograph is anticipating a moment and capturing it as it comes to life. Those are the photos that stop you in your tracks or leave goose bumps across your skin. Not all of my photos can equate to this but how could you argue with the emotion in this photo? Could a location make you feel something more than connecting with your own wedding day vows?⠀ ⠀ These are the magic moments and the moments I cherish capturing.
Today I'm grateful for fate, the mountains, coffee, more coffee, fred-meyers grocery pick up and my people. What are you grateful for?⠀ ⠀ P.S. Did I mention fur babies. Because they make my day, everyday.