About This Blog

They (whoever ‘they’ are) say that eyes are the windows to the soul.  Since photography converts what I see into paper, or 0’s and 1’s in the digital age, are you not really looking into my soul?  Maybe that seems like quite a far fetch connection or maybe it is just that simple…or maybe you could really care less about what this world looks like from my eyes (which begs me to question why you would have read this far…).

Maybe I don’t have enough room to keep albums and albums of my photographs stacked in my cupboards and would rather clutter up cyber space with my pictures and ramblings.  Maybe one day one of the photographs here might spark something in someone else, maybe not.  Whatever the case may be (maybe I just like to say maybe a lot) I sure do love creating them.  So maybe you might like them too.  I’ll leave it up to you…

 

6 thoughts on “About This Blog

  1. Hey Jennifer! I’m glad you’re back, I had been hoping you would re-kindle the blog and continue your dialogue (dia-blog?) through your words and images. So this looks like a great way to start again with a film camera. Hmm, think I might get out my old OM1… I do miss the mystery and anticipation of film photography. Thanks for sparking that thought. I look forward to your posts.
    Jeff

    • I feel like shooting a roll a day and I would if it weren’t so expensive to develop and scan! But I guess that’s the other joy of film, you become pickier about the shots when you only have 36 frames and it costs $50 for film and developing…. Thanks for following again 🙂

    • I knew I wouldn’t be able to stay away…plus I have too many blogs, like yours, that I enjoy reading…thanks for continuing to follow!

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