Monthly Archives: February 2013

Red Letter Day

A “Red Letter Day” is a day of significance. It is most often associated with happy, joyful days, but could also be any day on which a momentous occasion occurred, or even just one you’d like to put in the … Continue reading

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Blue

Blue. Is there anybody out there who doesn’t like blue? Whether it’s light as the sky or a deep navy, most people find blue to be a peaceful color. It’s also associated with faith, knowledge, and trust. “If the sight … Continue reading

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Pink: It Was Love at First Sight

Many of you may recognize the title of this post as lyrics from an Aerosmith song. I thought it was a fitting title as pink is my favorite color (hence the name of my photography business!) and Aerosmith has always … Continue reading

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Green: The Prime Color of the World

For most people, green is the color of nature, growth and harmony. It can also mean “go,” or “safety,” depending on its context. I personally find green to be a peaceful color, as well as a reminder of the amazing … Continue reading

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Awake My Soul

Colors evoke different emotions in people. When I see yellow, for instance, I feel warmth, happiness and hope. Others may perceive it as cautionary, or perhaps it just makes them hungry. Whatever the case may be for you, I hope … Continue reading

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Morning Glow

“Flowers… are a proud assertion that a ray of beauty outvalues all the utilities of the world.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson With winter’s cold spell comes my favorite flower–the Camellia. Its blooms originate in southeast Asia, but they have long … Continue reading

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A Little Flower

“Just living is not enough. One must have sunshine, freedom, and a little flower.” – Hans Christian Andersen Pause and take a moment today to appreciate the little flowers, sunshine, and freedom. And thank whoever you believe in for the … Continue reading

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Let Your Light Shine

“People are like stained glass windows, the true beauty can be seen only when there is light from within. The darker the night, the brighter the windows.” – Elizabeth Kubler-Ross Today and every day, let your light shine. Thanks for … Continue reading

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Embracing Imperfection

Too often as photographers, we set out to take the “perfect photograph.” This task proves to be impossible as perfection–much like beauty–is in the eye of the beholder. Alexander Hamilton said, “I never expect to see a perfect work from … Continue reading

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Charleston Charm

There’s something about Charleston that is hard to describe unless you’ve been there. It’s easy to pick up on certain things such as its history, culture, warm weather and friendly people, but there’s also a certain je ne sais quoi … Continue reading

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