|This week's challenge...black and white conversions|
I've decided to work on a 52 week project this year where I post a photo each week in hopes of growing in new ways this year and taking my photography that next level. I hope you enjoy the journey with me because I know a lot of growth is bound to come out of it!
Experimenting with low light and alternative light sources.
My husband and I love taking a trip to the pumpkin patch in the fall and Russel Orchards has quickly become one of our favorite fall destinations. It was fun to see the farm animals this year, take a hay ride around the orchard which boasts so many types of apples and such a variety of fruits and then to finish out our visit with some of my favorite cider donuts. It was a wonderful day with sweet memories made.
My family loves the fall and all the activities that come with the cooler temperatures and changing leaves. This is our second year spending the day at the Cider Hill Orchard. Levi thoroughly enjoyed seeing the farm animals, picking apples and sharing them with his baby brother.
The Rozelles welcomed their sweet daughter into the world just a month ago and I loved getting to capture a few moments in the Public Garden with their darling little girl.
I can't wait to watch you and your daughter as you fall more and more in love every day!
Kara is a senior in our Park Street Youth Ministry who is graduating from Boston Latin School this spring.We were both thrilled that the weather was the perfect fall day and the foliage around the city had just become picturesque. I know she is sad to see her final season of volleyball come and go and her senior year passing by, but at the same time she is so excited for the next chapter in her life and all that that entails! I'll be watching in anticipation for how God plans to use her as she moves forward into the bright future that lies ahead.