Category Archives: Project 52

Week 42: Depth of Field | 2018 Project 52

I had no ideas!!! I’m a broken record!!! And I’m actually counting down to the end of the year. Who am I? I’m a lady that has stretched herself too thin this year. A photographer who loves to shoot and edit, but has trouble making time for it. I’m a Kentucky gal that… wait a […]

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Week 41: Mental Health | 2018 Project 52

Today, October 10, is World Mental Health Day. It doesn’t get the attention of other days of observance but is still one that matters because mental illness impacts about one out of every six people around the world. Fifteen percent of our planet’s population. That’s not small. Even though we tell ourselves that it is. It […]

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Week 40: Photo Walk | 2018 Project 52

I had a camera with me everywhere I went this week, with the intention of finding a way to break away from plans to take a photo walk. It only happened a couple of times, and truth be told I hate the pictures I got. So I was sure to go for a walk in […]

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Week 39: Photographer’s Choice | 2018 Project 52

It’s amazing what your eye can be drawn to… how often you see the same thing or how it begins to change. I spent my weekend being lazy, watching movies, reading books, doing chores and a lot of cooking. So I knew that my photo would be taken on Monday or Tuesday. And even though […]

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Week 38: Abstract | 2018 Project 52

The older I’ve gotten, the more I appreciate abstract art and photography. The fact that something looks so random and not thought through, but in reality each brush stroke or movement or setting is deliberate. The artist changes something ever so slightly in their next move to bring what’s in their head to life. You’ve got to slow […]

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