Well, I haven’t exactly been busy, but my brain has been completely pre-occupied. I don’t even know with what…but I’m tryin to get back into the blogging thing. To start, here are some of the weddings/shoots I’ve had in my professional life in the past few months. Feel free to click on the photos – each image will take you to the full blog of that event on my personal website. More blogs are a-comin, I swears!
Ok, so, WOW. Having my blog show up on “freshly pressed” was crazy. THANK YOU to wordpress for putting it there, and to EVERYONE who commented and liked my posts! I was overwhelmed with photo-love, and somewhat kicking myself for not including a link to my professional site on that blog post ;0).
So here it is: http://juniperspringphotography.com.
In other news, my hubby and I have been triathlon-training (in reality, this just means going to the gym a lot, since we’re pretty much always training for something). I promised myself a pretty dress when I reached a certain fitness goal, and I reached it. So here it is, me and my new red dress :0).
Well, it’s time for another personal photo blog! Seany (the hubby) and I love to do all sorts of out-doorsy sporty things, and that includes bike touring. For those who don’t know, bike touring is like backpacking, but with bikes. You bring everything you need for camping and life and bike away. We’ve slowly over the course of several short trips been chipping away at the west coast. This past week we did the long-anticipated Monterey to San Luis Obispo bit, which includes the incredibly gorgeous Big Sur portion of the coast.
It. Was. AWESOME.
Perfect weather the whole way, and all the triathlon training we’ve been doing has certainly prepared us for this trip. Enough talk, here’s some Californian eye candy. Oh, and there might be a couple shots of us in there too :0)
Last week my husband Sean and I had a killer time exploring an abandoned mining town in the mountains of Colorado. it was pretty incredible, actually. I’ll let the pictures do the talking. My year of photo-of-the-day has ended, and I didn’t really keep up to it as I’d liked. I have 365 photos, but they were in no way taken each day of the year like I had intended. At any rate, it was a great experience! I’ll post later on “what’s next” for this blog, but you can be sure I will continue posting regularly to show my photos and other art I’m working on. Meanwhile, hope you enjoy this set!