Last days of winter. Joshua Tree National Park, infrared camera.
7122114 March, 2019
Take only memories, leave only footprints.👣 .
This is one of our favourite memories of travelling the Middle East. We set up our tent in the middle of the desert. We made a fire and two local Bedouin boys came to check on us and helped collect some wood for the fire, they couldn't talk English but we used Google translate to communicate with them.
In the morning we went and explored the sand dunes and it was everything we imagined when we think about the desert and the far east. 💫
Walking up the sand dunes is actually pretty difficult, best leg workout we'd had for a while! ☆ 《LSP》 ☆
Just finished editing phots from the birth I went to early this morning and can’t wait to share them. I’ve seen many births before from working in the medical field but there’s something magical about just being able to be there for the purpose of capturing its magic💕
After and Before - Part of photography, especially landscape, is seeing the photograph that could be, not just the one in the frame. It’s kind of a custom filter in your head: what would happen if I dodged here, burned there, cropped this part and add contrast and saturation like I add pepper to every dish I make. What I’m looking for is potential, some piece I could co-create.
Here, what caught my eye was the telephone pole, usually a nuisance in landscape. I liked the line of the telephone poles, how they receded into the distance, and I liked the tree about dead center, again a typical no no. It gave the image a beautiful sense of loneliness and emptiness. I knew that I could add color and contrast to the sky and co-create an image that was at the edge of civilization and the sacred, living in two worlds, just happy to be there with no where to go, a beautiful place indeed. #landscapephotography#landscape#desert#desertphotography#fineart#fineartphotography#pearblossom#sunset#sunsetphotography#sunrise#sunrisephotography#photographytips#photographyclass#landscapephotographytips
Lately I’ve been having a hard time balancing all my passions. I hate to be that person that quotes Jack Kerouac like I’m still a confused high schooler (former sad girl over here) but there is a quote that has always spoken to me probably more than any other which is .. “I like too many things and get all confused and hung up running from one falling star to another until I drop.”
Honestly though? I believe this is a quality problem to have. I have so much passion inside of me, so much fire, so much raw emotion. It doesn’t take much to make me cry. Good or bad.
But I know that if I can focus this energy in a few places for a short time magical things will happen. I want to help so many people on a massive level in so many different ways. With their health their fitness, their confidence, their financial situation, their belief in themselves. I want to do it all. And then there are times when I just want to stare at my perfect little girl and do nothing but watch her sleep for an entire 45 minutes.. it’s a lot. But it’s all beautiful. And I’m grateful with coaching I have a path to anything my heart desires if I work for it.
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