Bryce Canyon. Color and Raven in Flight.
OK – this is the challenge that has stalled me out forever. I considered skipping it altogether. I’m just not up to asking a random person on the street if I can take their photo. So I was going to skip it and then I remembered a photo I took years ago when I lived in London and we took a group from our Life Skills Project to the seaside for the day. While wandering around I saw this couple enjoying the sun in true British fashion and it has always been one of my favorite photos. So it’s not recent, but it sure is candid!
The long and not winding at all road. Simply heading home.
Love this kid and his family and the memories our families are making together over the years.
I’m a magpie and I love sparkle!
I was thinking about messy portraits – there are so many things that people do to create beauty, art, health, amazing food – it’s messy on one side, the side that most people don’t see and gorgeous and complete on the other side, the side that people do usually see.
The mess is what makes the thing amazing, it’s necessary.
I’m thankful to Kristi, who, along with her family, owns Bad Wolf Bakery and Bistro here in town. They have amazing food and coffee and baked goods as well as being all out Doctor Who fans. Kristi allowed me to come and take her picture while she was making some cookies.
I struggled a bit with my portrait lens on this day, but I’m so glad I got to be in the kitchen with Kristi.
Here’s to creating and the messes that we make along the way.