The engine hums through the canyon as tires filled with salt and sand roll on black asphalt. The canyon turns and winds through a carved out path through a beautiful canyon, filled with high mountains on either side and breathtaking lookouts from time to time. The drive is mostly silent, save for the occasional oncoming … Continue reading Exploring Big Cottonwood Canyon in Salt Lake City, Utah
I find this very fun to do. I love sharing my experience and skills with other people who have such a strong passion for photography. I actually have taught quite a few people over the past four years tips and tricks about photography. I've done it over the phone and in person, but nothing quite … Continue reading Teaching Photography: A Passion
Honesty. Loyalty. Compassion. Loving. Thoughtful. Supportive. All of these are beautiful things. Rather, all of these qualities have potential. They have potential to be used in the most beautiful ways. Photoag friends are the best friends. I don't know why really, but I've been thinking a lot about friends lately. It's been such an odd … Continue reading A Beautiful Thing
It's nice getting away every once in a while. Even if it's only for a few hours. Like, 5 to be exact!
It's funny, I feel like we've been in quarantine so long that I almost forget what real life is like. Life turned upside down, yeah? Here in Utah, it isn't too bad, but I can only imagine it'll get worse. I don't want to think about it, so I won't talk about it (and y'all … Continue reading Adapting And Reminiscing