creativity boot camp - a giveaway {comments closed}

Film. Kodak Ektar 100

I mentioned in an earlier post that I was honored to be a special guest of Maegan's Creativity Boot Camp this year!  Meagan has designed an artistic course, one that concentrates not only on photography, but "the work of your soul".

The course is two weeks, beginning May 15.  It will be filled with activities devoted to creativity, ideas for journaling, and thoughts + inspiration by other artists (myself included).

You can find all the information you need here.  What's more? Meagan is donating half of all money collected from the course to Show Hope, an organization devoted to orphan care.

I am happy to give away a spot in the course to one of my readers.  I would love for you to experience this creative journey!  Please leave a comment and let me know how Creativity Boot Camp would inspire you.  A winner would be chosen randomly.  Entries will be accepted until Friday, May 6 at noon EST.  Good luck!

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Update: Congratulations to Christina of Soul Aperture who won the spot in the course!

Thanks so all who entered!

a time for tea, continued.

As promised, I wanted to share with you my film images of our tea date last weekend.  It was cold and rainy outside, and I feel these captures reflect the warmth and coziness we shared inside.   In a way, film does that for me - captures the moment exactly how I remember it.

And let me assure you, there is nothing cuter than watching little girls enjoy their tea!

the gardens

In an attempt to escape the cold, I visited my local botanical gardens armed with my new Kodak Portra 400 NC film.  I wish someone had taken a photo of me manually focusing while holding a baby and running after a 4 year old!

It really is true about the quality of film (and also the fact that I am more comfortable with my light meter) - these film shots captured my heart.  More soon....