Hermitage and catching up and a shoot with Ammee02.03.14

It’s been awhile since a blog post has occurred. It’s hard to keep up with it all, if you know what I mean. This winter has felt especially quiet and reclusive and I am enjoying it. In the fast paced share everything quicker and quicker producing world we live in it’s so easy to feel guilty and uneasy for just relaxing, taking a step back and taking a little time to enjoy the special ones you love, sit around with the cats and the husband and watch movies, cook dinner every night, take up knitting again or just reflect for a bit instead of producing, get to know oneself again if you’re feeling a bit lost. So that’s what I’ve been doing and will continue to do until I feel like doing something different.

But I do have a few things from last year to share so I thought I would also play a little catch up in the midst of down time.

Here’s a few of my favorites from a shoot with Ammee, a beauty and talent in every way.

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Holi Fest07.16.13

Holi Fest was an incredible experience shared with my beautiful friends Susan, Teresa, Nicole, Heather and Mike immediately after our wild adventure in Joshua Tree. Holi is a Hindu religious festival celebrating fertility, harvest and the arrival of spring. It also has a historical Hindu folk legend behind it. It is celebrated with explosions of colored chalk, music, dance, food, meditation and most importantly love. I can’t wait to go again next year and I will be wearing a face mask next go around.

{shot on 35mm point and shoot film cameras and a holga}

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joshua tree desert phorgy adventure06.25.13

I don’t know that these images or that my words can properly describe this trip. It was a hot dry whiskey lack of sleep haze most of the time. Discussions, photography geek fest, the future of film, the placement of the big dipper, the meaning of it all, headaches, allergies, heat exhaustion, whiskey, the 80′s, politics, books, dancing, laughter, “if you wanna be my lover”, karaoke, sharp cholla cacti attacks, desert sundown, rock formations, Joshua Trees, blasts of moisture sucked winds, broken camera shutters, abandoned places, shattered glass house, instant image covered tables, gingers, heads braided together, polaroid lift demonstration, light, refrigerator lit photos, new friends, old friends, RV air conditioning, sweet southern accents, Canadian milk bags, oddly comfortable in a house filled with 18 or something like that people, unforgettable.

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