There's something about the fog that is so magical that I just love. Whenever we wake up in the morning and I see a heavy fog cloud outside I can't help myself but want to head out and explore.. and bring my camera along. I did another fog post a few weeks back and I doubt this will be my last. And if there's a family or couple out there who also thinks the fog is pretty fun, I'd love to meet you and take your photos.. just saying! *also don't forget that I'm still holding my wedding package giveaway contest. If you're getting married next year, you'll want to head here to check it out and enter* Here's a few from our morning.
This past weekend we visited Nana's. One of the boys favorite things to do while there is to head next door to the neighbors farm to explore around. Horses, pigs, chickens, baby ducks..so much to see and do - what little boy wouldn't love it! Her neighbors are really great at letting us come over to look around and visit all the animals, even letting him run around the apple orchard where the chickens are kept. One of the morning's we were there I took my camera along and took a few pictures. Some of my favorites -
I got to attend an incredible workshop last month called Soul Shooting. It was put on in Seattle by some of my favorite photographers - Molly Flanagan, Kellie Hatcher, Rosina Waszaj, and Sarah Robertson. I was pretty much in awe just being able to hear these 4 speak and share their wisdom with us! There were 25 of us in total attending and it really was an amazing experience. The workshop is still taking place per se, as over the next 3 months we all get to interact and do assignments together. I'm pretty excited to see how the next 3 months pans out.. and to learn a bit more about ourselves and our photography. I highly recommend this one if you ever have the chance!
While there we got to take part in a few shooting exercises. The first one was at the home of another photographer attending. We got to watch Molly & Sarah in action as well as take a few of our own photos.. which is easier said then done in a roomful of photographers!! The 2nd family was back at the church where the workshop was held with Rosina & Kellie. I was trying to really take it all in and observe as much as possible, but even so I was able to get a few random shots here and there. here are a few of my favorites from our time with the two families.
The first family with Molly & Sarah:
The second family with Rosina & Kellie: