Thanks for checking us out. I am now back in Maryland. Some of you may know, I lost my husband Thurman of 35 years, July 2018. So time to rearrange things, in a big way. Only forward looking, not forgeting the past, but not living there.
I have retired! from regular day to day 8-5 stuff. Now I can visit you all more often!
I have been a phographer since the third grade. Rene Little's Grandfather was an AZ Highways Photographer in Phoenix, AZ. in the 50's-70's. So sorry, I do not remember his name. He had his own studio and darkroom built in to the backside of the house. So with my dads very old Ansco 120 bellows, range finder camera it all began. I remember him telling me to keep the shutter on 125'th of a second, f-stop at f-11. Since we were in sunny Phoenix 100 ISO/ASA worked great. And please, keep trying to figure out the "focus footage". Manual old school everything. Manuel focus from 3'-10', to infinity, etc.
Well after the first roll of 120 film we discovered light pouring in to the bellows. This aparently was damaged by age & the fire in the back of my dads truck. Another story....
So off to NY city it went to be repaired. Once that was done, I was off and shooting. My mom would always complain about why I would take photos of clouds, houses, rocks, anything but people. People are hard, things that do not move, are easy. I think that is what I said.
Anyway, here we are. I am able to get my horse and photo fix at the same time. This makes me lucky to have a perfect world to visit.
After selling my horses about 10 years ago, this seems like the best way to enjoy the animals I have loved, the hobbie turned into a career and make some new friends. along the way. Life is hard sometimes. Get the lemon juicer and sugar ready!
Always enjoy the ride you are on, no matter what your thing is. Life is short.
Hopfully, I have made you feel something with my imagery and maybe smile a bit.
See you down the road, Happy Trails!