Hello all! I had the privilege of going to Texas, my home state, last week for a dear friend's wedding. I was pulling double-duty as officiant and photographer, and loved every minute of it. Of course, I was sincerely excited to photograph this wedding weekend, preparations beforehand, and the aftermath. I went from below zero temperatures in Milwaukee to 60 degrees in Texas; however, on the last 2 days, the temperature dropped dramatically, and all the cars were iced over.
I think the temperature shifts combined with getting very little rest has manifested in this terrible cold I have had since arriving home. It is a respectable illness, and I have done very little since being home. Of course, my favorite past-time of editing images from my trip has been the only thing I have been able to do. I have been taking good care of myself, and doing all I can to beat this beast of a cold.
Photography is my passion, and I loved being able to share this with so many on my trip. Beyond capturing moments, I enjoyed 'talking shop' with anyone willing to listen. With any luck, I may have inspired a few to pick up a camera and express themselves, and that is what I enjoy the most. This was an emotional and rewarding trip home, but I am glad to be back in Milwaukee, and I have a few projects to sort out. I have some exciting collaborations on the horizon, so keep checking me out!
If you have the means, get out and photograph something today. :)