Thursday, May 31, 2012

How to eat a Subway Footlong by Katie Min Min + some good & bad news

How to eat a Subway Footlong by Katie Min Min 
in 5 easy steps.


Observe
Inspect
Lift
Devour
Repeat


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The good news!
The farm has its first official livestock.
(Unless you count the cats.)
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And the bad news?
My Dad said we will be eating him at our 2013 Memorial Day Picnic.
Oh.
I am petitioning for him to be a forever pet.
I proposed we walk him and play with him and pretend he is a dog.

My Dad proposed that I be sent to a mental institution.

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This is my favorite picture from last week.
Technically terrible.
I love it.
What can I say?
I am flawed.

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Happy weekend good buddy.
Happy weekend.

Monday, May 28, 2012

Babysitting (and some advice for photographers)

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A little message to photographers-
near and far.
If you are shooting people and you are finding yourself saying things like:
"Oh, I wish the couple looked better."
or
"The baby isn't very cute."
or 
"What an unattractive family."
You need to stop.
Seriously.
Stop being a jerk.
People are beautiful and special.  
People are beautiful even when they don't look like models in GQ.
People are beautiful even when they don't follow your style board ideas and they shop at a garage sale instead of the mall.
People are beautiful because God made each and every person special and unique.
Stop judging.
Start being thankful for your opportunity to photograph humanity.
Start shooting with an open heart and an open mind and you will find beauty.

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Sunday, May 27, 2012

Harleysville Memorial Day Parade {Thank you to all who have served or are currently serving our country}

"Freedom is never free." 
-Author Unknown

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"I dream of giving birth to a child who will ask, 'Mother, what was war?'" 
-Eve Merriam