Tuesday, April 17, 2012
Building a Photography Business One Click at a Time: BEHIND THE LENS: Suzanne Kreitzberg, Newtown Squa...
Building a Photography Business One Click at a Time: BEHIND THE LENS: Suzanne Kreitzberg, Newtown Squa...: You may remember the beautiful work of Suzanne Kreitzberg from our March, 2011 post . In it we shared some of her project 365 photos and th...
Tuesday, March 27, 2012
Wednesday, March 7, 2012
First smile. First step. First day of school. Firsts that mark the path you walk with your child.
And then there are the more subtle occurrences. The ones that sneak up behind you and tap you gently on the shoulder. The quiet moments of transition that serve to remind you that it is time to step off the path, and appreciate the grace and poise of the individual standing before you.
Like a ballerina warming up at the barre before a performance. Quiet, pensive and strong.
Sunday, July 31, 2011
Katie ran ahead. Maddie picked her way on the drying creek bed, picking up a walking stick along the way.
I am disappointed. I have lugged my camera equipment down the bank to find nothing that interested me. But then, Maddie turns and quietly waves me over to her perch on a rock over a still pool of water. I clank my way over in time to see a dart of green disappear under a rock. Maddie patiently waded into the pool and gently reached under the rock. Seconds later our beautiful green friend came out to play.