I took the photo that is on my phone about three years ago, and I was back in the exact same places on a hike in Harper's Ferry! It's crazy that my photography has been going for that long! I'm sure most of you know me, but let's all meet each other! Comment down below something about yourself! Maybe a hobby you enjoy or your favorite food. If you can't come up with anything, comment what your favorite type of art is! Tag a friend if you would like and help spark conversation! My page has always been around, but I've always dreamed more of it. I really want it to be a community, where we all come together to share our love and appreciation for photography. Let's see if we can make this dream a reality! I'm excited to hear from you in the comments! 😊
A lot has happened since my last post... The reason I haven’t posted in awhile is because, a couple months ago I was involved in a hiking accident in Massachusetts. I was hiking alone deep in the woods, in rocky terrain. I started to climb up a mini cliff, as I tripped on a rock sticking out of the ground. At that moment my momentum took me over the edge, and I fell about 5 feet or so down to a little ledge. I fell right on my hip, and the result was a broken IPhone 8. I couldn’t afford to pick up my warranty until about a week ago. I’m back on the grid now, and am creating new content! Stay tuned for more posts, and livestreams!!!
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