Healing change takes a tremendous amount of courage, hard work, and time. Keep growing and do what you can when you can.
Maybe it’s ok when we have no words. Sometimes our tears can communicate and be a part of the healing process when there are no words to express and explain.
It’s ok to crave connection. We are created for community. We heal and grow in healthy relationship.
When walking through the dark sometimes it’s necessary to borrow hope from others around us.
Mundane tasks come alive when I am looking for light. Some freshly washed, garden grown, summer salad comes alive in the beautiful, golden sunset light.
Sometimes it’s not possible to look up. That’s ok, sometimes we can also find light beautifully dancing at our feet.
Therapeutic photography—maybe that sounds like a strange or unfamiliar term. Over time I’ve come to realize that I believe this is an accurate description of the type of photography I personally practice. What is therapeutic photography? Let’s take a quick look in the dictionary. Defining Therapeutic Here is one of the basic meanings of theContinue reading “What is therapeutic photography?”
Trying to survive through the battle of the freezing cold, harmful, incredibly damaging storm. I am broken and somehow still holding on. God sustains me though I feel mostly dead. Trying to do my part, working, and waiting to thaw. He is faithful. This photo was taken on a cold afternoon when I was strugglingContinue reading “Broken”
I’ve heard it said that the best camera is the one you have with you. While I truly do prefer to use one of my cameras I don’t always have my DSLR or 35mm film cameras with me. On this day we had been to an appointment and on the way home I felt inspiredContinue reading “A Winter drive – shot on iPhone”
These images were taken over the summer. One evening I was outside testing out my Nikon F100 with my first roll of film and took these photos along the road just across from my home. Nikon F100, Sigma 35mm f/1.4Fuji Superia X-tra 400Taken June 2020Developed and scanned by The Darkroom Lab