If the question is why film, the answer is this:
I got married this summer, and it took up pretty much every moment of free time for the past six months, but it was worth every second of it.
I also took a FIND workshop (Film Is Not Dead, with Jonathan Canlas) along with 9 other talented photographers in Denver this month.
Happy spring, Colorado style.
Bijoux and I took a nice little hike around Bingham Hill the night it started raining before all the flooding got crazy in Colorado. It was some much needed alone time. I consider Bijoux to be a part of me, so it’s still alone time with the two of us. I also received some serious mosquito bites that night. Mosquitos in September. We should have known the floods were coming.
Back in July I took a trip to Wyoming; the clouds were having a grand ol’ time.
This is magical- both the song and the filming. My Monday was bearable because of this. Thank you Little Comets. Thank you.
Since this blog is going to basically be a personal journey through photographs, I thought I’d start off with one of my most photographed subjects, Bijoux. Bijoux is the light of my life and the bane of my existence. Correction- her FUR is the bane of my existence- but it’s considered a tragedy to rid a unicorn of her locks, and so she remains clothed. For now.