Embers of the past hold their own beauty
I love the little unexpected surprises of life.
We recently took a trip to the Palouse with some photo friends (which I’ll cover in an upcoming post), and between the towns of Dayton and Colfax, just outside the tiny speck-on-the-map of Dusty, we came across this charming little cemetery. It’s out in the middle of nowhere, and we only stumbled upon it because we were seeking a gas station and accidentally drove too far.
It was the gate the first drew us in, but it was the many unique gravestones that piqued our curiosities. (more…)
Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
Some new exciting adventures on the horizon!
I recently bought a new camera because I needed something high-quality and ultra-compact/lightweight. Too many times, I found myself lamenting that I had only the dismal quality of my phone to capture a truly remarkable sight. I’d occasionally grab my big camera when the clouds promised a colorful sunrise, but it was a heavy risk that didn’t always pay off. This little camera can now live in my backpack – I won’t notice the negligible weight – and I’ll no longer have to pretend my phone is simply a DSLR that hasn’t grown up yet.
One of my favorite parts of going on photo excursions is discovering small oddities. Something unusual that catches my eye and stands out from the ordinary. This was one such find.