I’ve taken a lot a photos in the past year. Some good some bad. Some I like, but not many that I truly love. This is a photo of a tree that burned down around 20 years ago In one of Colorado’s biggest fires and to this day still looks like it has flames coming off of it. It might just be my favorite photo...
Trekking Ijen marked my first volcanic experience in my life. It was the first time I got so close down the crater, seeing activities that can not be justified by images itself. It honestly somehow changed a little on how I look at things now. The process of getting right down on loose rocks definitely required a lot of mental support for many.
It's not exactly a difficult path neither is it easy. I would rate it closer to being difficult.
But with support from many, the trek can be somewhat easy as we continue to look out for each other's safety and feel really safe. It makes the whole journey......less worrying.
Everything is bound for obsolescence. Even when you make an effort to save it, nothing really lasts forever. So, it's better to enjoy while we are it and not to have a heavy heart later on.
Who else is loving this sweater weather?! Ahhh I'm so happy the humidity is gone! Anyone have any fun bonfire's planned this weekend? I'm in the midst of wedding season, so my "weekend" is typically Mondays, but man, I'm loving this Fall so much. It's been insanely busy, but so fun. I feel so blessed to get invited into people's stories to document a slice of their life. It really is the best job!
Chambers Bay was extra spooky ooky last night, the fall weather temps made a blanket of fog all over the #PugetSound . I was mesmerized on the way home from and knew I had to grab the fur baby and my camera 🌫
It was about 20 degrees colder down under in the cloud, but the pup and I hung around long enough to catch the sun setting (and the 🚀) behind the receding fog. There’s something magical about being in the right place at the right time ✨