Two more weeks. There’s Christmas decorations everywhere. The weather is frighteningly warm. And I’m exhausted from the early sunset. What a weird time of year. Continue reading
It’s cold out, which means I’ve been staying inside. And since it’s almost a full year (!) that means I’ve already taken all of my inside pictures in the apartment. Such challenges.
On a more serious note, I’ve been thinking a lot lately about what it means to turn the camera on yourself and self-portraits/selfies/etc. I follow a fair amount of fashion bloggers, particularly those who focus on body positivity and diversity and I seeing all different types of people in my feed makes me feel good. Continue reading
I skipped a week. After I noticed I’d forgotten to take a picture for days in a row, I took it to mean that I really needed the break from doing something every day, even if it only takes a few seconds. As someone who likes to respect those instincts, I gave myself the week off, so to speak.
This week I’m in Park City, UT for the Automattic Grand Meetup. I love the Southwest – the mountains, the colors of the changing leaves, the different climate, etc. So looking out my window and seeing this gorgeous view has been fantastic already, not to mention seeing all of my coworkers. There’s so many of us, it’s amazing. Continue reading
I know I’m obsessed with sunflowers, but I’m a little bit in love with this old man sunflower I found in Belmar, NJ on Saturday. I was walking to my car when I passed it and needed to stop to grab a picture. There’s something so frail and delicate about a dying sunflower.
I’m photo-fatigued since editing all those pictures from Brazil last week, so I stuck with iPhoneography this week and a few repeats. But I still took a picture every day, so mission accomplished. Continue reading