I’ve spoken before on how much I love candid photography, and I love the fleeting memories they represent. Nothing lasts long, and we’re always moving forward in our lives; the world is constantly changing.
Happy Friday!! I fortunately get this holiday off from work, so I’ll be catching up on a few items that have fallen by the wayside. The three-day weekend is a welcome birthday gift 🙂
This week on Instagram, I continued playing with some grid photos (are you liking this new experiment?), and I included some photos from my other photographic life: event photography at Kumoricon.
These first three were from my post responding to this week’s challenge, “peek.” You can read it here.
This week, I posted a couple from Newcon (so many great moments), the Portland Winter Light Festival, and Arches National Park.
Ok, I know I’ve been neglecting the posts on our amazing desert road trip, but I wanted one more reflective post before returning to our next leg – Moab. Stay tuned!
I love stats (reporting them, not calculating them), so here they are:
- Photos taken in 2015: 21668
- Photos taken in 2016: 26014
Yep. I took almost 4500 more photos last year than the year prior.. and I thought I was being careful to take fewer pictures! To be fair, over 600 of those were of Landscape Arch, alone (that post is coming soon), and nearly half of those photos are from my work at anime conventions.. don’t judge me!