We had a short sweet visit to Austalia. Only 3 days in Sydney, this is as close to the famous opera house as we found time to get. It is a lovey view, don’t you think!
Working a regular day job, following the same routine everyday can numb the creativity, well at least for me!
The routine, walking the same way to work, seeing the same things, the same people, coming home at the same time everyday, all the sameness (if that is a word) and I seem to stop looking and celebrating the beauty and special moments of my day. Then there are the times when I do see something, I mean really see it, take notice, I rarely have my camera with me.
This image was taken while I was standing in a co-worker’s office, I had gone in with a question, noticed the light reflecting from our building onto the building next door. I was determined not to let the image pass, I pulled out my iphone and snapped the image. I love how the circles of light contrast the hard lines and squares of the building next door to us.
I have been taking a lot more Iphone photos. you can find me on instagram, it has been the easiest way to keep me connected to my photography, and the beauty I find during the day while working full time at a regular day job!
Do you carry a camera with you all the time, if so what camera?
“Life is like a camera. Focus on what’s important, capture the good times. Develop the negatives and if something doesn’t work out for you, take another shot” – Unknown
“let our solitude be washed away by water and let our emptiness be filled with love” Water Poon
One of the beautiful fountains of the Alhambra in Granada Spain reminds me of the beautiful words of Water Poon. My weekend was filled with love, thanks to everyone for the birthday wishes.
After spending a little more than a year living out of a suitcase, enjoying the foot loose and fancy free lifestyle, we arrived home to Calgary in late February. Then, in mid April we moved back into our townhouse, we started to unpack the boxes, re-hang art work and filled the closets. We stocked shelves with some of our favourite food, and most importantly are now sleeping in our own very comfortable bed. We enjoyed our time away, but we seeing, and more importantly, visiting with family and friends.
During the last month I have also started a new job! Back into the insurance world with exciting new challenges, unfortuately it is all leaving very little time for photography. I think once I get use to the routine, and the home gets settled I will have more time, but for now photography has once again taken the back seat to work.
I do have a few images listed with Alamy, a stock photography website, and recently this image of the Puenta la Reina was purchased. While I won’t be getting rich with the sale, I am happy to say that it sold for more than the $1.00 per image that some sites are offering images for. I have been a regular contributor to the stock agency for a while and periodically sell and images, so the sale isn’t unusal, as I don’t have a lot of photography news to share with you, this seemed like a good opportunity to feature my Alamy home page.
I will continue to process images, adding them to the stock site when I can, I am hoping to starting doing more family portraits on the weekend again and I will continue blogging, once I get a new routine established.