Tag Archive: diptych

These three are once again a random bunch. I like 317. I enjoy the diptych and I like that I put these vertically instead of horizontal. These photos aren’t so great on there own, but together they make something interesting. I love sepia too. 318 is a terrible photo, but it was a terrible hair day, as the wonderful quote suggests. 319 was taken while traveling somewhere in the car. Not sure where we were going, but I like this simple photo. I like the black and white, the detail of the jean texture and that little corner of coat sticking into the frame with it’s shiny silver snap. Sometimes simple is so nice.


“Humility is to make a right estimate of one’s self.” ~Charles Haddon Spurgeon


“How can I control my life when I can’t control my hair?” ~Author Unknown


“We wander for distraction, but we travel for fulfillment.” ~Hilaire Belloc


Three hundred and two

I love these photos, especially together. Children do not stay little very long. When these photos were taken my daughter was so small. Now she is 3 going on 4 and the size of a kindergartener. I love having fun with my kids and I think these photos show just how ridiculous I am willing to go to make them laugh.


“A daughter may outgrow your lap, but she will never outgrow your heart.” ~Author Unknown

Most of the time when I am taking photos of anything I take A LOT of the same thing. It’s the best photography tip there is. When in doubt, or even without doubt take lots of photos! Sometimes the best shots are the last ones you take. The more you take the more angles you will have and you may have stepped out of your comfort zone and gotten that really great shot! Not that these photos are great shots. Just the fact that having two together made me think about all of this. According to the quote I choose I must have been feeling down. Who knows what about, but I get like that from time to time, as I am sure most people do. I like these photos and I am happy that I put them in a diptych.


“When the soul suffers too much, it develops a taste for misfortune.” ~Albert Camus