And so, my friends, after a few different (teary) watches of CoCo, reading up more on beliefs and traditions of the holiday, I buckled down and thought of a concept that would not only be beautiful, but include symbolism for the different aspects as well.
Excuse me while I go find the notes I haphazardly wrote when I decided if this was worth it or not… just one second. I am realizing what I’m worth. […]
Yesterday, I wrote this on my “About Me” page while re-doing my website: On this website, you’ll find a lot about storytelling. It is, at the core, why I am […]
Great question. Follow up question, what are you learning? How are you doing? How long can I stall before I have to answer? July was… a month. For sure. I cried so many […]
Jason very much tried to push me out of my comfort zone with these pictures. Luckily, it was a weekday afternoon, so not many people were around! He gave me many different pose ideas, many of which consisted of some sort of action. Again, I was impressed. He told me to stick my arms out (as seen above) and he also kept telling me to be sassy. Which is something I don’t have a problem with if I’m not asked to do it on command.
This has nothing to do with photography, or anything that I usually post. But, it has to do with me, and a step along my journey of figuring myself out, and I find that exciting. Art in a form other than photography is a part of me. One of the original parts that lead me to photography. So this, technically, is almost an ode… almost.
This is one of the examples of these gray areas. There are other areas too, of course. I don’t feel like I can call myself successful, but I don’t feel like I’ve failed. I’m not busting at the seams because I’m happy, but I’m not in a dark point where I feel depressed. Great examples huh? It’s only 8:11am, now. Buckle up.