I find it captivating how we see ourselves differently than how others see us.
Personally, when I look in the mirror or see my reflection, I see me, the road I’ve been down. I see the scars, the tears, the weight I’ve carried & the mistakes I’ve made. I see the love I’ve held onto and the hurt I’ve let go of. I see the person I wanted to be. I see a fighter. I see hope & inspiration.
Its true we choose our paths. However, we are not always allowed to choose the road. Its OK, I enjoy the change in scenery!
Oliver is pretty legit! I got to spend some much needed time with KC grabbing breakfast, driving aimlessly & puppy play time at Mimi’s. Oliver loved it all. So well behaved & polite. He crashed hard on the way home next to a lens bigger than him 🙂 What a great day!
I got her back today!!!! Its a newly rebuilt lens that took 4 weeks but I got her back!!
The minute I got back in my car I immediately switched lenses and apologized immensely, promising to take better care of her 🙂 I was spoiled shooting with this 18-200mm lens. Then when I had to go without I was switching lenses often and irritated because I knew what I had.
Its good to have it back and I’m ready to shoot again!!
I regret to inform you that my camera & I had an accident. However!!! Its on the mend and I will be back at it soon.
I feel so lost. Its like my child, my left arm, my other half. Its what I do. Its a part of me. I realize how much its a part of my heart.
Let’s just say ‘waterfall’ is not a literal term that should be used with Canon products….
Today was supposed to be different. I had something else in mind. That’s not the way it went.
We all know that things happen for a reason. We may never know the reason or we will eventually realize it when its time.
This is the shot I got. I found beauty in negativity and loss. Choosing how you look at a situation can change the outcome