Life unfolds ... some of it here. This blog began as a way to focus on the good things in the midst of a crisis and be a connection to friends and family when it seemed to take all of my time just to weather the storms. It seems to have transformed into a sanctuary of musing and inspiration. Feel free to join me!
Sunday, February 18, 2007
I've always been one to enjoy sitting in the background taking photos of life as it happens. Yesterday morning, it was my "job" (I say job because I really did enjoy it). Of course, when I'm not just doing it for myself, I always get so nervous that it won't turn out well or that the client won't like the photos or that I'll wish I could redo everything once I'm done! I don't know why I'm like that, but I am. This was one of the rare times I've accepted someone's invitation to take personal photos, and the first time the person wanted candids (not posed formals). She's part of the editorial group I've grown to enjoy so much, and because of that I said yes. And tonight as I go through photos and can't resist printing some to see how they look nice and big ... I'm so glad I spent the morning with them. The photos are precious!
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Dear Indigo! I like your blog. Wonderful pictures, nice writing. Sweet kid. simone* from Hamburg, Germany
Thanks, Simone. :-) WOW - all the way from Germany! I'll actually be in your country next month (Cologne)!
Check out my blogaddress! twintours.blogspot.com maybe you like it. Have fun in Cologne. We'll actually be in your country in a few month.
How fun to see life on the other side of the world! It makes me wish I could read German. While my grandmother was a teacher of both English and German, I only learned to count!
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