Life moves incredibly fast, and sometimes you need to hit the pause button. Last week I was driving home from a quick trip to Seattle (more on that in an upcoming blog post), and when I got back into town I was blown away by a beautiful sight: Everything was covered in frost. The ground, the trees, rooftops…. I arrived home to a winter wonderland.
I changed my plans so I could wake up early the next morning before sunrise, and headed down to one of the local rivers near my house. I had a couple of hours completely by myself to walk, think, and shoot as the sun rose across the river. This is important, always remember to make time for yourself. Make photographs for no other reason than it is what you love to do.
All photos in this post were taken with the Fuji X-T1 and either the 10-24mm, 18-55mm, or 55-200mm lens. I hope you like them….
There is a lot to talk about in the next few weeks: New gear from Fuji, new interviews in the interview series, new photo essays, workshops… 2016 is shaping up to be a great year!
Until next time,