Wow, it’s been over a year since I’ve posted to my poor dusty little blog! We had a lot going on in 2016, including a move from the city to the suburbs. I really got out of the habit of regular photography, at least with my “big” camera. Now, in a new house in a new year, I am trying to get back on the horse and I am very thankful to my Who We Become friends for getting (at least some of) the circle back together.
My girls’ school is doing Jump Rope for Heart and Katy really took it to heart, sending lots of fundraising emails to which our lovely family responded generously. She qualified for the early fundraising prize, a giraffe that became her new favorite lovey for several days.
Please continue on around the circle to my friend Stacey’s entry for the month.
I am excited to announce that several of my photos are being exhibited this month at the Freehold Art Gallery. The show, “Seeing the Light”, also features my friends Linda Hooper and Lisa Rigazio.
The opening reception is on Saturday, January 30 and the show runs until February 21.
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After far too long of a hiatus, the Who We Become photography collective is back up and running with a monthly group post. We are also returning to our Project Light roots and linking the blogs in a circle. Please travel round to Kami’s blog to see her perspective this month.
It’s been quite a while since I’ve done portraits of my girls.
While our year of compositional exploration, “Framed”, at Who We Become has gone far beyond the project name, I’m capping off the year with a little bit of framing…
…and some other favorites from our trip this weekend to the Frontier Culture Museum.
See the full collection for this week’s composition exercise at Who We Become.