I haven't posted any pictures of the critters in a while, so here are a few to tide you over until I get the camera out again to show them off.
I need to work on my portraiture. Surprisingly, the most difficult thing about it for me is the interaction with other people. I feel awkward and unsure. I have all these wonderful plans and as soon as my subjects arrive it all goes out the window. I guess I just need to keep practicing. So, if you like my stuff, volunteer for a photo shoot and when I'm in the area I may just take you up on that!
These are in chronological order starting in 2010. You can see more on my Portraits page.
Here are a couple pictures from our recent trip to Budapest. If you want to see more, you're going to have to check out my Hungary Hungary Honeymoon page.
Here is a picture of my niece, Lily. My sister is currently pregnant so I have another niece or nephew on the way! I'm so glad I got to see Lily and Cooper on this trip and I hope to see them again soon!
My nephew, Cooper, is hilarious. I got to see him on my trip up north, and it's so crazy how much he has grown. I feel like I've missed so much in the last year. Hopefully I'll be able to visit Minnesota to see him and Missouri to see my niece more often. I'll post pictures of Lily later. :)
Random picture for today. This is from the Smithville, TX Photo Festival. Good times.
A couple of my friends are getting married soon. I'm super happy for them. They were kind enough to subject themselves to my camera for a few shots. I've noticed that throughout my life I've surrounded myself by good looking people. Case in point.
This is from the HMNS Pixel Party this last October. It was awesome. This is one of my favorites from that shoot.
When I was in Scotland, I took a tour with MacBackpackers (good times, I definitely recommend trying them out). It was a 3 day tour which brought us to the Isle of Skye. Somewhere along this tour, we visited a faire glen. It was a place where the fairies had lived. Actually, I might have a picture of it.
In the last of those three pictures, my friend, Rika, is standing in a tiny house. When I say tiny, I mean like doll tiny. There was a little fireplace and everything, but it was all overgrown with ferns.
The reason I tell you this story is because there is a booth at the Texas Renaissance festival that has a sort of fairy garden. The main image in this post is of a part of this garden. It was so lovely in there. In fact, here's another image just because I liked it so much.