i started my photography business by exposing myself in a self portrait project for a year. well….not far into it i was horrified by the thought of posting an image of myself each day so i modified it to be a photo of my daily life. it was fun and looking back i really treasure those photos however mundane they are. my life was so different then. i had so much more time on my hands to be creative. i miss that.
now–almost 4 years later i cringe at the thought of a self portrait. as a matter of fact–there have been very few images of me taken and even fewer that i’d let see the light of day.
but this weekend i got to reconnect with a friend who had moved away and is now headed back to denver. we are both artists and had some time to have an artsy day. being that she’s not around me much she tolerated the camera much more than my family does so we actually got some fun images.
i realize that artists need time to connect, play and be inspired. it was so good for the soul.
lynn–thanks for an amazing, artsy day. thanks for the gift of your friendship over the years. and thanks for putting up with me, my camera and my obsession with silly hats.