August 21, 2015


IMG_8904 editedDSC_0526 editedIMG_4124 editedIMG_5380 EDITEDIMG_4330.JPG EDITEDout take editedWhen I first decided I wanted to start a blog, I didn’t expect it to be THIS big of a commitment. I mean it’s your blog so it can be whatever you want it to be, if you want to post once a month that’s fine—that’s the beauty of it, it’s all your own. I decided I wanted to post at least 3 times a week and since I started in January, I’ve done just that. It’s a lot of work, most of my weekends are dedicated to taking photos, not to mention I’m pretty sure my friends and family are tired of being my personal photographers. When I began, I  didn’t realize how uncomfortable I would be in front of the camera. The location of my photos varies, sometimes it’s on the city streets or local spots in my hometown. Taking photos in the city is unbelievably intimidating to me, it’s just awkward and you look like you’re in love and obsessed with yourself; I mean seriously you’re having someone take as many pictures of you as possible. In reality, no one really cares what you’re doing, no one’s even paying attention but it is SO AWKWARD and I don’t think I’ve mastered it just yet. Everyone who helps me often laughs about how uncomfortable I am and with this discomfort comes some pretty scary faces. For this Friday I decided to share with you just a FEW of the MANY awkward unflattering faces that have occurred throughout my blogging journey. I hope this makes you laugh and once I have this picture taking thing down I’ll be sure to let you know!!



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