Amy By: Amy

One Hundred and Thirty-Nine - Shutterbug *explored*

Primarily inspired by this, but secondarily (whoa, that's a real word!) inspired by this little advertisement I see all the time on facebook. They really do give me ads that are relevant to my life.

 

And I know what you're thinking, but this is NOT the same field that I used the other day. This one is completely separate (and actually much bigger and much more beautiful) from the other one. My silly sisters still didn't want to go on a really fun photoshoot adventure with me, so I dragged our yellow lab along, because we all know that labs are known for being super ferocious with strangers. ;) Anyway, Sampy and I drove out to this gorgeous park nearby and tramped through these lovely fields full of flowers, searching for the perfect spot for my photos. After I took enough photos to make myself content, we explored a little more and then headed home. But since it's summer and I was in a very relaxed, happy mood, we took a really long way home and found some beautiful out of the way roads that I will definitely be coming back to. The windows were open the whole time, and I listened to certain songs from the 500 Days of Summer soundtrack over and over. It was perfect.

 

I also wanted to say that in the past few days, somehow I've taken a big step forward from where I was. I no longer feel stuck or in a rut, and I'm very happy with the way my photography seems to be heading at the moment. So thanks to everyone for your opinions and encouragement.

 

Oh and I took some film, so I guess eventually, there WILL be film on my stream. Off to stalk you guys. :)

 

 

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Taken on May 19, 2011
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