I went for a walk this evening, just me and my camera. I needed time alone, time to think about something other than all the ordinary things I always think about. For a floating-free hour, I focused on the sky and clouds, the colors, angles, shadow and light, the exquisite beauty of a decaying, worn out summer.
Usually, I speed through the countryside at breakneck speeds. I glance around and think to myself, “It’s so beautiful. I wish I could capture it with my camera.”
Today, that’s what I tried to do. I walked slowly. I stepped off the path. I turned around and walked backwards. I looked up, and I looked down.
Today, I noticed.
This same time, years previous: would you come?, deprivation, keeping my hands in the toilet, pumpkin-sausage cream sauce
You really should consider matting and selling some of you photos. They are wonderful!
oh JENNIFER. beautiful. I feel inspired to do the same. xoxo
There is nothing I love more than a quiet walk alone with my camera (I mean other than coffee, my husband and children…in no particular order of course) 🙂 Those photos are so beautiful.
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