if you book a session with me, I love to shoot somewhere that is special to you! Makes the pictures all that more special!🙌🏼
We took Maddie's senior pictures on her grandparents land & this old building was so cute that we had to take quite a few next to it.😍
Not hobbits at all🐧🐧
Very unusual and strange to see penguins, since our brain draws us to this place beloved of hobbits.
The same is true in art-if you create what everyone wants to see, just because some artist did the same and came to success thanks to his own style, which he also developed , you will merge with the crowd.🙁
Sometimes I meet identical works, and I can’t say exactly who the Creator.
Imagine how insulting those from whom the idea was taken.
Please be special!🙌🏻
Весьма необычно и странно видеть здесь пингвинов, так как наш мозг нам рисует на этом месте всеми любимых хоббитов.
Так же и в искусстве - если ты создаешь то что все хотят увидеть , только потому что какой то художник делал так же и пришел к успеху благодаря своему собственному стилю, который он же разработал , вы сольетесь с толпой.
Порой я встречаю идентичные работы, и не могу с точностью сказать кто создатель.
Представляю как обидно тем , у кого была позаимствована идея.
Пожалуйста, будьте особенными!🙌🏻
"When I see myself in the mirror
I see my face uneven, thicker on one side than the other
I see my eyes, surrounded by the darks beneath it
I see my hair, falling everywhere from everywhere
I touch my skin, and wonder how rough it feels
They ask me “ what I love about myself ?”
I cry with joy knowing nothing about what I love
I smile “your smile?” they asked
I write ~ I answered" ~Rimsha Jairajpuri @rimshascorner
I'm so thrilled to present this body of work. It's been a long time coming. 🖤 If you're popping over from @elizwelling, hello my dear friend! And if we've just met, know that I'm hugging you and think it's incredible we're crossing paths. Here's the backstory on @awomanof_:⠀
I was raised in the rural area surrounding Alpena, Michigan, a small harbor town in the Mackinaw State Forest. Life growing up was, for the most part, secluded and largely spent outdoors. My upbringing there marked me, and anyone raised near the lakes can attest to the feeling of a gravitational pull calling them home.⠀
A couple years ago I experienced a major push to get out as a graphic designer. Detroit didn’t even count. “Just move away. Get out of here,” was urged over and over. But I didn’t want to; I had a mad and fierce conviction about it too. This was my home—I grew up on the water and never felt more at peace when I’d return to it. It’s where my ancestral tree took root from Germany and was a prized part of my identity.⠀
Yet something felt disjointed. Unobtainable. Distant. Strangely, no matter how many roads became the back of my hand or how many summers were spent on the lakes, I was insatiable, and that sense of belonging felt just out of reach. So I began creating images to tether that memory and the sensation of place—raising the lens and freezing the light was a way to hold that when I couldn’t hold it for real.⠀
The approach is delicate and direct, with an intentional limit of visual detail. The result is an unfolding exploration of lasting, simplistic imagery telling my nuanced story of love for the land I call home.⠀
In no relation to the photo but that 10 second rest time will probably be the death of little ol’ me 😂 Surprisingly though, i’m a little less worried now bc of the unbelievable support i’m getting from the most unexpected people — so this is what it feels like ☺️☺️☺️
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