To Photograph Moments or To Live Photo-Worthy Moments? That is the question.

Touching back on that last post for just a second… or maybe more like a minute. I have never wanted to be the type to live my life through a lens. I think it is far more important to actually live life. Trouble is, I love photography. I may not be great at it (as previously mentioned) but practice makes perfect, right? So there’s my conundrum. Should I leave the camera at home and just breathe in the beauty that surrounds me, or do I try to capture it and possibly miss some of the other wonders that are happening in each and every moment?

We’ve all seen those people that are so sucked into their phones or other whosits and whatnots, taking pictures and forgetting to actually live. I don’t know about you, but I feel bad for them.
And to be completely honest, I almost always forget my phone so even if I wanted to be that way, it would be pretty difficult…

I’m still waiting to hear your guesses of what the pictures in the last post are of!! but as I have been going through my photos I’ve come across a few others I wanted to share and possibly even get some feedback on! Positive or negative, it doesn’t matter. All opinions are welcome! Plus it would be nice to know whether or not these words that I’m sending out into the internet universe are being heard…

Drive by shootings…
(Sorry… I couldn’t help myself)



I can’t take credit for this next one… It was taken by our friend’s two year old son. I think he might have what it takes!


And as you might remember, I have a thing for nature so get ready for some trees, y’all!



Don’t you just want to read there for hours?? So peaceful.


That’s all for now. I hope everyone has a great weekend!!


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