I’m a photographer and mother of five. I’m crazy about my kids, my husband and our life together. Photography is what I use to look more deeply at my days and to help us remember the every day moments that make up our lives as a family.
If you are like me, you’re the person your family expects to bring your camera to Thanksgiving dinner to get a nice group shot of tall the people who’ve come together to eat too much pie and and the person who reaches for the camera before the broom when the kids have dumped five pounds of flour on the kitchen floor and are drawing monster faces in the mess. You're the family photographer.
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One thought to “295 : 365 Drip Drop”
This is one of those shots that draw you in, revealing more and more the longer you look at it. The trail of the drop in the middle really caught my eye – it could be a tear rolling down the face of the little person behind. Then I wondered what that surface could be (not glass, but like a window…), and then I saw the tiny reversed image in the drop – wow, fantastic. I hope you’re printing and hanging some of these gems!