let the light inlet the light innothing's too dark tolet the light kiss The sun & the clouds were doing something magical today & I happened to walk right into it. I feel like I finally understand what photographers mean when they talk about lightening. It ruins or makes a photo. Before I kinda nodded… Continue reading L I G H T
That tree has 17 branches and I'll never forget it. I used to stare at it all the time. 6 years ago, I was at a school/program called Youth With A Mission (YWAM (YouthWithoutAnyMoney/YoungWomenAfterMen/Y-not?)). For those who don't know, it's a Christian organization where you go to classes for 3 months and then a mission… Continue reading 17
I can see right through myself. This roll of film is basically me trying to find peace before, after, and in the midst of a hard time. I don't know how I found myself taking so many pictures of waves, but it helped. Taking photos of my family helped too. & of course birds. Maybe… Continue reading Breathing Is Good
If there's one thing this trip taught me, it's what the meaning of the color green is. Green is something that's alive. It's ever-growing, waving hello, and just being. It's preparing places of peace. It's something so alive that it can be there for you or not be there for you. I've always said my… Continue reading Scotland/Ireland- Part 2
35mm color film that I shot in May 2014. Some of my favorite people and places.
Another 35mm roll of color film developed and edited! It's my favorite thing to see what are on these negatives. The last photo on this roll is the same as the last photo on my last roll (Walgreens parking lot), except a different car. These are photos that happen when I'm adventuring with people.
This last week went by so fast. Portland-Salem-Kirkland-Seattle. These are the 4 places I was last week. I tagged along with the Bethel School of Discipleship (BSSD) mission trip in Portland and fell in love with the city. We drove from Arcata on the 7th to Portland and I stayed till the Saturday Market. Also, on… Continue reading -driving fast through a big city at night-
I've been here for almost 3 weeks, and it just about feels like home. It's small like Bayside (home in CA), but more accessible for walking around and exploring. Here are some photos from my walks/time here and some that I used for the first photo assignment.
Some unedited photos from my last week at home in Arcata, California. My dad found this place and took my mom and I there.