i like shapes. the rectangular building, the way its shape is broken up by squares and other rectangles. i like the way the tree creates a sister form on the lawn, and the long form of the building mimics the sliver of grass. i wonder if others notice these things, or if it just an inherent part of being a designer. who knows?
hasselblad c/m, from summer
Last weekend I went photo-adventuring with my little brother at my favorite park. His camera was out of order so I let him borrow my Polaroid and he was immediately taken with it. Such fun to see someone's face light up the first time they peel apart a photo.
a few images from summer, the light in these brings back memories of warm summer days. i can almost smell the roses. i have more summery photos to share soon. and hopefully fall ones as well (if I can find the roll I misplaced).
hasselblad c/m :)
side note: i'm excited about stockton yarns,(hand painted and naturally-dyed by my friend, beth soule - I picked up a skein and it is LOVELY.
i've missed this little space. this past week, i had a little staycation to reset, refresh, and reinvigorate. i did a daylong retreat, a bit of yoga and running, went to a few movies, and did a lot of napping. now i feel rested and ready to blog and focus on a few creative pursuits.
a few images from early september made with my new toy, a hasselblad 500 c/m. i couldn't be more thrilled with it. it's been a steep learning curve (a few wasted rolls and silly goof-ups) but we're slowly becoming fast friends.