Category Archive: photography

How to Create Space for the Holidays

Aloha, creative souls! So, I’ve been taking LOTS of breaks from the social media, as of late, especially since all of the hoopla surrounding the presidential election. I mean, I had to. For my… Continue reading

weekly photo challenge: reflections

Although my photo from last week’s weekly photo challenge could have been a perfect fit for this week’s challenge, this image of my reflection will suit it just perfectly, as I’ve been reflecting… Continue reading

weekly photo challenge: inside

So, I kind of cheated today, and found this photo from our trip to the (incredibly beautiful) Desert Botanical Garden in Phoenix, Arizona. We were lucky enough to see world-renowned artist, CHIHULY’s gorgeous garden… Continue reading

weekly photo challenge: perspective

PERSPECTIVE (noun): 1. a technique of depicting solid objects on a two-dimensional surface so as to give the right impression of their height, width, depth, and position in relation to each other when viewed… Continue reading

weekly photo challenge: lost in the details

Hello Nature lovers and photog lovers!! Spring is right around the corner, and Brendon and I have been going on some pretty fun hikes, while the weather is still nice and cool. This… Continue reading

5 TIPS to create luminous bokeh lights

BOKEH (NOUN). JAPANESE WORD, MEANING ‘BLUR’ OR ‘HAZE’. In photography, a term for the subjective aesthetic quality of out-of-focus areas of an image FIRST, THINGS YOU’LL NEED: sparkly lights for the background, such… Continue reading

how i found my artist within on the coast of big sur

  How do you find your Artist Within?   I ask this as I complete creative exercises during the Meet Your Artist Within Program, which is part of my Creatively Fit Coaching Certification.… Continue reading

weekly photo challenge: everyday life

  When I saw this week’s photo challenge, I immediately thought of this moment in time back when we were in S. America. We were taking the PeruRail from Cuzco to Agua Calientes,… Continue reading

from denial to reality in three seconds

It’s been nearly six months since we left for Bali, and I still haven’t wrapped my head around the fact that we are back home. I pretty much go in and out the… Continue reading