January has come and gone. As we dip our toes into February, I am taking a minute to look back at the first 31 days of 2015 and pick my favorite 5 photos. This year I have set a goal to take more family photographs using my canon dslr, and not just the iphone. I am shooting a family based 365 (a photo a day) and it’s been such a wonderful practice and I feel myself growing and falling more deeply in love with not only the Pacific Northwest, but the art of capturing whole stories in a single frame.
A walk through Point Defiance Park. it was wet and muddy, but most of all a grand adventure that left us all refreshed.
I have begun a new to me focus in my photography. I will be adding Environmental Portraiture to my list of things I absolutely love to capture to my list. Here is a post to explain more. This photo was created for my sweet friend and Tacoma creative, Liz Lamoreux.
And finally, in an effort to keep my head clear in the foggy days- I have been getting down to one of the many parks and waterfronts on a regular basis. This is Titlow Park, the sun was breaking through the soupy fog. Five minutes after I took this photo, you could actually see the Narrows Bridge out there beyond the trees.
Thanks for stopping by today. I love sharing my personal work with all of you. This post is part of a group, so make sure to click over to see what January looked like for Adriana of Smallroots.
Keep Chasing that light,