I played an awful lot with the sun with this set. I love light.
My best friend Gemma and I decided it's been too long since we've seen each other and arranged a get together. We hardly get to see each other as much as before since I live so far from her and she works 24/7, but it's always refreshing when we do manage to meet. Since Gemma bought her own horse after many years of saving money, we almost always spend our girl time at the barn her horse, Jewel, is currently staying in. When I first met Gemma's horse, I told her (as did her parents) that she was meant to be with this horse. Gemma's name means 'gem', and coincidentally the horse's name is Jewel. What do you think?
It's been a while since I've gone outside and shot anything since my laptop broke. And although now I have a desktop computer, it feels like my motivation to save my 365 - that I'm already 2 weeks late of - died with my 15" Toshiba laptop. I'm pretty sure that I'm just going to start it all over again. Round 2, here we go. I don't think it helps that I'm a huge procrastinator and lazy, but I'm working on it. These last few days have been stressful enough, and I'm starting to doubt this New Year (doubt is never good). So, I'm going to do spontaneous things for the remaining days of this year to lift my spirits. I refuse to start this coming year with a frown or regret.
Thank you for stopping by again. Have a wonderful night!
This is actually an old photo, I broke my own rules regarding my 365 already. But, what's art if you can't break some rules, amirite? Poorly taken, but one of my recent favorite pictures of him and I. My love for this man is indisputably the strongest and purest feeling I've ever felt, and it grows stronger everyday.
Good news is I can now accomplish my 6th day in the planned fashion I wish for, and have plenty of time to edit! Not to mention be back on track with the pictures. One step at a time for me. But now to tackle the really hard part of today: What will I shoot?!
I'll see you in a few, thank you for your patience! Toodles!
Inspired by the work of Jason Seeley
To feel safe in ones' arms
I've wanted to try this concept out for a while now so I'm glad I finally got to! It took me a day of editing just because my computer is on a frenzy. Between crashes I managed to edit this to where I'm content with it. I just can't keep on this one, maybe when my computer gets better. Because at this rate I'll be editing it for another week. Well, I'm off to now edit todays' picture. Oh, joy. Goodnight, see you in a few.