My mom and I were going through some old family photos from when my mom was a baby recently, and we think someone in the family must have been a photographer. Or at least really good with a camera. I haven't been up to a whole lot recently, but it is Monday, which means blog post day! So, instead of sharing my photography, I have decided to share one of my family's photographs that we found. This is my grandma. Taken around the 60s. Classic Nan.
First of all, I live with two boys. One of them is gone for the summer and we miss him. The other is here and has been working on his Harley. Now, you may not know about my love of Harley Davidson, but I love the sound they make. I could point one out without seeing it because of the potato sound. (Thanks for that Dad)
Beymer and I were supposed to do this shoot a while back, but never got to it and it usually decided to rain when we wanted to go out. However, the sky gods looked upon us last week for this shoot. I cranked up the AC/DC and he questioned my decision of putting him in a white t-shirt (he liked the white in the end, I was right).
Enjoy these photos of roomie and his bike looking hottttttt
One day I want a love like my mom and dad. They met in San Diego while dad was in the Navy and mom was a waitress. Mama always says that she knew she would end up with dad someday even if it wasn't back in 1995. It may have taken a few marriages, but somehow they would be together.
I look up to them so much and always have. Mom was my age when she met dad and yeah that is a little scary on my end; but since I have been shooting more weddings with local photographers, I cannot help but think how happy two people can be with one another. On that happy scale, my mom and dad are pretty high up there. I am so thankful for my parents and what they have taught me about love and life. So, one day, I hope to have an epic love like theirs.
There are a few things that I have to say about Balboa Park in San Diego, California.
1. It was beautiful and full of art.
2. The Museum of Photographic Arts was a let down, but there was one or two very neat artists.
3. I have decided that I am in love with these cacti (cereus maybe? If you know for sure then you should let me know ;) ).
If you are ever in San Diego and are looking for museums and scenery, then I do suggest Balboa Park. Even if you are not interested in art and things, the zoo is right next door! Thank you Balboa for the amazing chance to capture your beauty! https://www.balboapark.org/
Sometimes when you see hoards of neon signs, you stare because of the bright color. Sometimes when you stare at the bright colors, your eyes hurt. Sometimes when your eyes hurt, you see a neon sign that looks like a penis. Sometimes when you see a penis, it's not really a penis.