I captured this image in September 2018.
My family and I had just evacuated our home in preparation of Hurricane Florence. So many thoughts and feelings associated with this image. Will our community withstand the direct hit? Would we have even a home to return to?
I'm over on Viewfinders today, sharing a bit about the photos I call the "untouchables". The ones that I deem imperfect in some way - out of focus, too light, too dark, etc.
I'm taking a closer look at them and realizing that they make me who I am today as a photographer.
And if you are interested, more of my posts on Viewfinders.
I've been away for a bit longer than I expected.
There is nothing better to recharge your spirit than to get out of your normal routine, change things up a bit, and disconnect for a while. Add to that an epic trip to the Pacific Northwest, and I feel like my creative spark has returned.
I have so much to share with you, beginning with my guest post over at Viewfinders. I'm sharing a few of black and white instant film photos and my thoughts on one of my favorite films being discontinued.
I hope you join me there. Much more, soon.