It is the time in my life where everywhere I look friends and family are getting married. And oh what a joy it is! A couple weekends ago I had the pleasure of photographing two dear friends commit their lives to one another. While I am no doubt swamped with work pursuing my education as an Occupational Therapist, this was such a wonderful reminder to embrace the moment, open my eyes, and be thankful for all the beautiful moments around me. Cheers to Zoe and Dylan York. ❤️
Every time I go for this same walk through the woods and fields surrounding the house I grew up in, it is different. The way the frost attaches to every fiber, the way the snow and ice crystals have crept over the varying surfaces. I could wander around out there for hours, in awe over how these formations came to be. The second photo might be my favorite out of the dozens that I took that day. It is almost fantastical due to the confusion of scale, yet still exhibiting a clarity through the elements displayed.
Visiting my parents house in Starksboro, Vermont is always a lovely experience. Peace and quiet. I always try to bring my camera, sneaking out to snap a photo or two when inspired. Over Christmas weekend I remembered how much fun I had last year attempting to capture a few of the chickadees that flock around our feeders in the winter. While I've got a lot to learn about ornithology and the photography of flying objects... I put together a few of my favorite photos from the most recent occasion. Enjoy!