Instead - I'm going to post some photos from my own collection.
Back story. I love to take photos - and I always have.
When I was little I would steal my sister's camera and take pictures.
Actually, my sister Debbie was the first person who let me use her camera to take a picture - I was 4, it was shaken - and I still have it... somewhere in a box filled with family photos.
I became an auntie when I was 6 years old - and since then, I've taken hundreds (maybe thousands,) of photos of all my nieces and nephews.
In 4th grade - I wanted and received an Instamatic camera, for Christmas.
When my sister Debbie passed, my parents gave me her 35 millimeter Camera because they knew I'd use it - and I did - until the shutter met with an unfortunate incident with a can of spilled Diet Coke.
There was a time I loved having my picture taken - and I was quite the ham.
Now... at least for the most part, I like being behind the lens instead of always front and center.
I love taking pictures.
Photography helps me see the little details - and the big ones.
I love taking pictures of my friends and their children (not posting them, because privacy ,) and they seem to like the results.
Photography makes me happy.
Every picture shows me a secret and teaches me a lesson.
Photography relaxes me and feeds me creatively and spiritually.
I need a better camera and I'm hoping to get one this year.
Hope you dig~
|Sea foam, POV|
|Photographer as subject|
|Atlantic City, back bay view from a helicopter|
|2017 Women's March, in the City of Brotherly Love,
in front of the Philadelphia Museum of Art
|MOMA - Louise Bourgeious - I will never think of spiders the
same way again~
|My friend Misty|
|My rain boots in the sand and baptized by the sea|
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