Solo Snaps: A Slice of Sky

Welcome to a new series I’m calling “Solo Snaps”, exploring some of my favorite photos, their stories, and the musings on being solo that sometimes come with them. Click here if you’d like to know more. If you’d like to buy customizable notecards featuring this image, click here. There are some – a very fewContinue reading “Solo Snaps: A Slice of Sky”

Introducing a new series of blog posts: Solo Snaps

Photography is a solo activity. Sharing a photo is a social activity, and photography can be done with others around (and its often fun when that happens), but at it’s core, most photography is done by one person, looking through one lens, trying to capture her unique view of the world. Maybe that’s why I love it.Continue reading “Introducing a new series of blog posts: Solo Snaps”

Solo Snaps: A rainbow in a Virginia swamp

Welcome to a new series I’m calling “Solo Snaps”, exploring some of my favorite photos, their stories, and the musings on being solo that came with them. Click here if you’d like to know more.  It was January 26. For weeks, I’d been fighting a persistent cough and annoying lethargy; I was starting to thinkContinue reading “Solo Snaps: A rainbow in a Virginia swamp”

Why can’t it be Scout’s story?

Let’s start with one clear, unalienable truth: I love Aaron Sorkin’s writing. I love SportsNight, A Few Good Men, Studio 60, and of course, The West Wing Seasons 1-4. I haven’t seen The Social Network, The Farnsworth Invention, or Steve Jobs, but I’m sure I’d love them. I mean, this is how much I love AaronContinue reading “Why can’t it be Scout’s story?”

Throwback Thursday: Dusk hike to Grotto Falls, #hike30 of the #52hikechallenge

How far we’d come…how far I’d come in the years since we started these adventures, that I was actually planning on and really looking forward to a hike up a hill in the dark.