I had this thought pop into my head tonight, and I'm glad I didn't push it away. Today my husband found out that a co-worker took his life over the weekend. To make matters more harrowing, its the 10th suicide in 10 months in the company. As I aimlessly stared at my browser homepage trying to think of something to distract my mind after mulling about this tragedy all evening, DeviantArt somehow made itself front and center of my consciousness. "Nahhhhh" I told myself, "It's been FOREVER since I've been on there." But curiousity won out, and I'm glad it did. Art has the amazing ability to create such a tangible experience for someone, an
As much as I hate to say it, I caved. In July, I was due for a cell phone upgrade (really, it was about 8 months overdue) and being the Apple girl that I am, I decided to try my hand at the iPhone. (Don't worry, I still keep my droid eris handy). With this move, I was introduced to two photo post processing apps that have completely recharged my Right hemisphere along with the ridiculously strong camera that this lil thing has. (It really is a shame it has this many mpx's).
So, the unlikely inspiration?
Well, I use to consider myself a purist when it came to cameras, but then I got a DSLR.
I still considered myself a purist as I didn't