Mar Mar and Papa’s House + lots of eggs inside and out in backyard + beyond excited Calvin and George + Calvin trying to get as many as he can while George spends some time enjoying his sense of accomplishment after each egg +misty spring day + enjoying the spoils + my lens =
Beautiful, first-time mother /recent Boston transplant (and friend of mine!) + adorable, full-head of hair newborn baby boy + cozy afternoon at home + my lens =
My BFF with her twin-family on the Boston waterfront + local friends and West Cambridge entrepreneurs at their home and Fresh Pond + repeat clients/boy-sibling friends of my guys at Longfellow House = some more fall photos to feast on:
we were kinda bummed this past summer vacation that there weren’t many brilliant beach days. instead, it was often gray and cool. i knew then, at the very least, it was good weather for interesting photos.
the business of life got in the way of me editing these images at the time. instead, i decided to revisit these files today. one thing i notice is that, perhaps the weather wasn’t so dismal. these images showcase that children seem to find the intrigue and beauty that life holds on a day-to-day, moment-to-moment basis. we adults just get jaded over time.
i often worry that i spend too much time behind my lens and editing – and that i am not being “present” enough. but i find that taking photos helps me see like a child, and editing helps me reflect and build understanding of this world and life. i am thankful for the opportunity i have been given to pursue this passion for so many years.