Swallow Falls State Park-September 2013
This is home in all of it’s fall splendor. Shades of red, yellows, greens, and orange. Sherbet sunsets and a crisp chill in the air.
This is home. This is fall. And life is good.
I’m officially in love with photographer Lissy Laricchia.
She is pure magic…and she somehow manages to capture every bit of whimsy and mystery I’ve visualized every time I’ve read a Grimm’s or Lewis C. Carroll tale. I wish I could meet her and/or be a fly on the wall from start-when she’s gathering her thoughts, to finish-when she’s set the story, realized she got the shot she needs, and sits down to edit the final.
Her series of eerie shots in the woods and her bedroom series are reminding me of fall…and make me want to take a long walk and just get lost.
Finally feeling like we’re settled in down here at the homestead even though there’s still a very long list of things to paint, clean out, and renovate entirely. Nevertheless, the dog days of summer hit us hard and we finally had a little relief from the sweltering heat this past week. Continue reading
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“You need not be sorry for her. She was one of the kind that likes to grow up. In the end, she grew up of her own free will a day quicker than the other girls” J.M. Barrie, Peter Pan
Sometimes you find yourself lost in a sea of to-do’s. Or, if you’re like me, you find yourself asking “why am I always talking about to-do’s”! So many times, I look back over a list and wonder why I keep putting off work, real work, that I love and should be doing…in place of work for others that give me no real satisfaction as a business owner or, more importantly, as an artist. It’s time I start getting back to that passion again. Doing what I love. Continue reading