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Power of Photography: Tools and Emotions

I had a little birdie trying to get into my house today. It kept hopping around on that wire, flying down to the bottom of the window, back to the top, hanging, flitting around. This was the best shot I was able to capture. The composition feels very lonely; all of the negative space, the […]

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I know I’m a little late with this posting but life has been a little more than crazy for more reasons than I can count on one hand… but here’s to a new year. I hope you can find something beautiful to be thankful for every day.

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Getting Started: What I’ve Learned

Quick list, like a “mental download” if you will: – Don’t be afraid to put your name out there, apply for jobs, offer to assist, drive a couple hours out of the way. It’s most likely worth it. If you do a good job, you may have more work in the future. – On that […]

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Elderly Pets – Rottweiler

More animal portraits… I’m on a roll! This is Hannah, my 11 year old Rottweiler (mix) dog. We’re not sure what breed she is mixed with… when she bought her, the seller promised us that she was full-Rott, but as she grew up, we realized she didn’t really look like it. We’re thinking part German […]

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Tim: “Super Senior” kitty

This is my friend Kat’s 17-year-old cat named Tim. She calls him a “super senior” cat, hahah! It’s funny to see how age progresses in animal, since it seems to show up more prevalently in animals than it does in humans, in terms of in a span of say, 5 to 10 years or so. […]

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