10 Questions, 10 Photographs, no words

Inspired by a post I read on Kim Manley Ort’s site, A Visual CV, I have taken on the challenge to answer 10 questions with 10 photographs, no words; a creatively wonderful exercise. I wonder if you will interpret my responses as I intended to communicate them?. Who are you? Why photography? What is your … [Read more…]

Release me …

For my daughters, the liberty in release:   In life, there will be times when you carry the weight of something that you struggle to release, to let go. That weight could be guilt about words spoken or not spoken, frustration at action taken or not taken, disappointment at opportunity embraced or not embraced. It … [Read more…]

Chase the clouds away …

For my daughters, a few things I can say now, with certainty:   I love the young women you are each creating yourselves to be. I am proud of the choices you make, the effort you expend, the risks you’re willing to take and the kindness and respect you have for others. Being at home … [Read more…]

Let it shine, let it shine, let it shine …

It never ceases to amaze me how often people hide the aspects of themselves that make them so unique and special. Somewhere along the way, we’ve learned measures of ‘acceptable’ and ‘unacceptable’ – and we strive to ensure that, in the eyes of others, or perhaps only in the eyes of those whose opinions we’ve … [Read more…]

My Sweet Imagination …

Once upon a time, there was a little girl filled with Wonder, Enchantment, Belief in the Possible, Reverence for Beauty, Love for Music, Humility in the face of Magic, and so much more. She followed the path of her life with Hope in her heart, Enthusiasm for all learning, Faith that she held the capacity … [Read more…]