Sometimes mistakes make the best photos. I can’t lie. I don’t know how this shot became a double exposure but it did and I freaking love it. Check out Chicago’s Hancock building overlapping the red space child.
An abandoned ski left in Fraser, Colorado. Did I mention I love Colorado? My friends who live in town took me for a little hike through the ruins of what I’m guessing was once a place to shred some powder… I love the way the ISO level darkened the sky on what was actually a beautiful summer afternoon.
AJ (man in photo) and I used to work together (about 2 days ago) in Orchard Park,NY. When I left the company, he shared some great insight about the necessity of “change.” We talked about how it’s important to welcome change in a positive light. Life is scary as sh*t sometimes, mainly because things are always changing. I’m going to try hard to embrace change as an opportunity for a new adventure.
Buffalo isn’t New York, or even Pittsburgh for that matter but it’s moving in the right direction. This picture was taken in the Fall of 2012 at the foot of main street in Buffalo,NY. Although still not completed a year later as I write this, construction is well underway in building replica canals that once flowed into Lake Erie. Once completed, the canals will be one of the new additions to the continuously growing canalside district.
Madison and Cameron, my super cool niece and nephew at their home in Portland, CT. This was taken on a perfect evening just before sunset in late Spring 2013. All I wanted was for the both of them to sit still and my wish came true!