although spring has officially sprung, and i plan on sewing some seeds in my garden this morning, i still wanted to share these fotos…
while the northeast was getting pummeled a couple weeks ago, we only received a little dusting of snow… and when i say a ‘little dusting,’ i mean just that.
it flurried down during the wee hours of the morning, and quickly melted by noon. i am glad i ran out when i did to snap a few fotos. this is the kind of snow i like – the kind that doesn’t last long 😉
it was just light enough to cover the trees and streets with a glimmering shimmer of white. unfortunately, some of the flowers and blossoms didn’t survive the cold… but nevertheless, it was pretty while it lasted.
there’s just something about the fog that i seem to easily become enamored by… the quietness behind it, the mysterious energy it brings, the coolness in the air that it creates…
a few weeks ago, i woke up early and took a stroll around a nearby lake to snap some fotos of the ambiance from the morning fog. i stood still in awe, and drank up all the delicious energy i felt while enjoying the peaceful and inspiring views.
i hope you all enjoy these images and feel the same sense of peace i experienced during these moments.
i hope you all rang in 2017 with peace and love.
i think it’s pretty cool that the new year fell in line with a new moon… great time for reflecting, releasing, and focusing on things we want to let go of, as well as things we want to invite in.
sending all the best to you and yours as we march boldly into a new year full of new possibilities. to celebrate, i made a vision board, which is kind of a tradition of mine. i don’t like to get too crazy with resolutions, but a few of my “goals” this year include learning to sew, practicing my piano every day, buying a new camera, and keeping a daily journal.
what were some of your resolutions?
wishing you and yours a safe and happy holiday season.
i had a truly wonderful time working with mister M and his family last month.
senior portraits are by far my most favourite images to capture. there’s something about working with a graduating teen who is just full of hope and promise and excitement. i love talking with them about their experiences, goals, and ambitions. it make me both nostalgic and inspired.
during this shoot, i also had the opportunity to fotograph the entire family, which was fun. but my main focus was on mister M and he was such a natural! as it turns out, his aunt is also a fotographer and so he was used to having a camera in his face… which made it so effortless for me.
here are a few of my favourite shots from the session.
good luck, mister M! and if you ever need a custom trumpet made, i’ll direct you to the perfect person! 🙂