I took this photo a week before the Creek fire swept through my family’s property by Beasore meadows. Luckily, our family cabin is still standing and unharmed. I love how the tree in this image is growing through a space between the rock. It reminds that we grow and become stronger during the toughest times of our life. Here’s to hoping that those negatively impacted by the wildfires, can find strength and fortitude during these hard times. Enjoy!
Every year my grandmother decorates her Christmas tree with ornaments that she’s collected over the years, and ties the ends of the branches with gold bows. Each ornament is unique and they each possess their own special meaning. Even though the holiday season is coming to an end, I figured I’d still share this image before the new year. Enjoy!
I thought this would be a fun image to share to begin the holiday season! This image is actually of a decorated Christmas tree and I moved the camera in a circular motion to get this blurred effect. I love the abstract appearance as it looks more like a painting than a picture. Enjoy!
I took these images while taking a walk the other day. There’s nothing very special about them, but I like taking walks with a camera in hand, snapping pictures of anything and everything that catches my eye. Enjoy!
Took this image in the beautiful Sanger country last weekend. I loved how everything was painted a vibrant green, giving a beautiful contrast to the pale blue sky. Enjoy !
Hopefully this new year you see new sights and see all things in a new and clear perspective. Happy new year!
As I walked around the grounds of my family’s cabin, I noticed a pile of firewood stacked up very neatly and from afar it didn’t look like anything special. However, I framed the image to only focus on the rings of the wood and I thought this picture turned out beautiful. It’s simple but it reminds me of autumn and warm fires and all things comforting during the cold seasons. Happy Fall!