First time I’ve photographed hockey and found the speed of the game fun to photograph. I’m finding that photographing sports is something that I really want to keep doing, so challenging to say the least.
Feeling creative today so out came there acrylic paints and a large piece of plastic and away I go…..
After I finish creating my abstract artwork I take the large plastic piece and light it with my studio lighting and photograph.
It always amazing me who beautiful they are once I frame them…. KEEP CREATING AND FILL YOUR LIFE WITH JOY.
So I did a thing while in Israel. This tattoo shop was opened in 1300 and has been owned by the same family for 28 generations. My stencil was craved from wood and is approximately 500 years old which they used to stencil it on my arm. The tattoo presents love and family…. the parent doves are in the tree watching the children soar and the world PEACE is written in Latin, Hebrew and Arabic which I prayer for daily
My artwork I did of the Cork Screw at @WeatherTech Laguna Seca Race Track
I saved my absolute FAVORITE TEAM for last. What can I say about this team….THEY ARE FRICKING AMAZING, TOUGH, KICK ASS, CONFIDENT…… THEY ARE WOMEN RACERS…….. I’M SO PROUD OF THEM.
Jackie Heinricher, Katherine Legge, Christina Nielsen
I love abstract photography so I thought I’d play around with this image of the bear I captured yesterday…. I’m diggin the vibe of the image
So where can you go photographing and have your husband entertained as well…… YOU GO TO CABELA’S.
I want to practice low lighting photography so I figured the animals at Cabela’s would be fun…. here are a few of my images I captured today…….
I would love to hear your feedback…… it only helps me get better at what I love doing.
I captured this image at the Garland District Street Fair….I’m diggin the vibe of this image brings back some joyous memories.
Well Mike Miley and I grabbed our cameras and our journey took us to the Bowl and Pitcher in Riverside State Park in Spokane Washington ……… Sweet Mother of Pear we decided to take a little hike and I think I became a “mountain goat” tonight climbing up and down a load of rocks to get to the amazing little beach.
Continuing my series of night photography of iconic Spokane landmarks.