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Society talks a lot about feeding your mind, body, and spirit. As an artist, how do you feed your soul? I’m talking about those moments that fulfill you as a singular person… not as a mother, father, employee, student… but as YOU. At the end of the day and the end of our lives, we […]

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Monday, April 24th, 2017 This week’s theme for the Flickr Macro Monday group is “Intentional Blur.” From this week’s instructions: RESTRICTION: NO TIMEPIECES this week! I think it will be fun to try a camera technique called “In Camera Blur” or “Intentional Blur” to show motion in a subject. I have put together a lovely little gallery […]

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Fifty-two weeks plus a day… 2016 has come to a close. I love that I’ve captured more of our real lives this year. Sometimes as a photographer, I get paralyzed by perfection… wanting each image I share to be technically sound (exposure, focus, composition, design, etc.) and also tell a story. This can lead to not wanting […]

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  • Tim Keppler - I truly believe that this was your best blog entry to date. I love the pics and narrative – I miss you dearly – Love, DadReplyCancel

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Happy Thanksgiving to my family, friends, loved ones, and loyal readers. If you are reading this, thank you. I am grateful for your presence in my life. I believe every person is placed in my path for a reason… for me to learn from, for me to love. I have a lot to be grateful […]

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You may be wondering why my weekly post is happening two days late. It’s because I had a pretty catastrophic injury on Tuesday. More on that later… I got to see Jenny on Friday. Curtis and I enjoyed a date night on Saturday. I got some macro therapy on Sunday. Anna competed in the STAR […]

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