This woman was taking pictures during my visit to the Great Salt Lake and she seemed to be standing everywhere I wanted to take pictures.
After a couple of frustrating attempts to work around her, I gave in and incorporated her into some images.
I really like this one. It’s serene and a bit haunting. She looks at peace.
This picture is a good reminder that sometimes you just have to go with the flow and work with your circumstances – in photography and in life.
That picture is actually kind of amazing with that woman and the landscape. That would look really cool enlarged and framed and on a wall. If you ever do a photography show, make sure that one is in it! Seriously.
Ahhh I have memories of visiting the Great Salt Lake. I, of course, could never be convinced to “put on some shoes!!!” so I’m out there barefoot and somehow managed to get myself into some sandburs. My Mom or Dad had to carry me back to the car so we could remove them from my feet. 12 years old. So embarrassing. Had my BFF with us. She, of course, was wearing shoes. LOL
Lol. Shoes really were a nuisance out there but I was glad to have them! Did you take a dip in the lake? We waded and it was a little gross but we HAD to do it!
And thanks for your kind words about the picture. I seriously doubt there is a photography show in my future but this will be the first on the wall and I’ll be sure to invite you!
I dont recall! If I did it would’ve been before the sand burs because once I hit the sand burs I couldn’t move. LOL
It’s a great story though!!!!
Never say never! A tiny local art show opportunity might show up and a major gallery owner might stop in on his family cross country road trip, SEE THAT PICTURE and say “This girl has talent!!!”
Lol. I like your spirit! Maybe they’ll see the pictures on my blog and I’ll become an overnight sensation!!!!
Ya never know!