A two-print series captured at that blissful post-beach, pre-party time of day… when you’re heading home from the beach, skin warm from the sun, salt in your hair, sand in your shoes, and a bottle of champagne waiting in the fridge… In other words: Perfection! For more beach photography, and the story behind the images,
I’m so excited to finally launch these new prints in the “Beach Days” series! Just like the first three prints that I released in the fall, they are heavily influenced by my Grandfather’s photos from his and my Grandmother’s travels in Europe in the 1920s – 1940s. More here about the story behind these images.
Do you ever create something without knowing exactly why? You just have to do it and get it out of your system. That’s what happened with me and “Beach Days”. It didn’t become clear to me why I created them until I did some soul searching and journaling. What really got me thinking was my
Continuing on the mellow and peaceful side of things, in these new surfing prints I wanted to capture the calmer side of the sport. Those beautiful, quiet moments when it’s just you (or you and a few friends ☺) and the humbling vastness of the ocean. SHOP THE NEW PRINTS THESE IMAGES ALL COME AS
Do you meditate? I tried it so many times and so many ways I lost count – standing up, lying down, sitting, walking, eyes closed, eyes open, guided, self-directed, morning meditations, evening meditations – you name it. But for one reason or another, none of the methods worked for me and I decided that meditating
The new series is live! I’m so excited about these new surfing photography prints. I’ve spent many dark winter hours working on them, reminiscing about past summers and looking forward to the next. And enjoying the scenery on my computer. 🙂 I think surfing is such a beautiful sport, the perfect mix of zen quiet
Water… life, movement, freedom. It has always intrigued and inspired me. The constant flow, the changing shapes and patterns, the fleeting quality of everything you see. Water has so many personalities and is never the same. That perfect wave you saw yesterday is long gone and is never coming back. That circle of reflected light
Bold, funny, curious seagulls may not always be the nicest of birds, but I still like them. They seem so smart and their “beach bag thievery” antics always crack me up. And even though they live inland as well, I’ve always associated their cries with the coast. It sounds like summer and vacation to me.