Hey everyone. I know I’ve been absent for a long time. I apologize for this. I always swore I wouldn’t be one of those moms who let motherhood push everything else to the back burner… but that’s exactly who I became. Little man needed my attention more than I ever imagined. He’s a handful. A wonderful handful.
I am, however, getting back into blogging. Not here or on my recipe blog. They’re still pushed to the side indefinitely. I have started my own photography business, and will be blogging on my very own awesome website, pamsmithphoto.com. It will feature my photos – either from adventures or photoshoots.
I’d love to reconnect with you all! I really miss the blogging community. So, please head over and give me a follow and a comment letting me know so I can return the favor.
Hope you all are well.
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Depth.”
I have missed participating in these weekly photo challenges. I really haven’t been photographing anything except Grayson for a while now, and I need to find my creative mojo again. Hopefully this will help.
This week’s prompt is Depth. They’re looking for photos that demonstrate depth, literally or creatively. I had to dig back in my archives due to the lack of current creative photos. I found a few I’d like to share.
Is this really deep or is it just an optical illusion?
I found this sign hilarious. It was along a trail in Alaska.
That valley is pretty deep. This, again, is from Alaska.
Avery found this heart leaf. The depth of field is very small. Get it? Yeah.
What photos do you have in your archives that demonstrate the word Depth? Head over to The Daily Post to participate.
January 30, 2015
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