Photography

Someone dared challenged me to take 13 photos a day. Do you know what that means? I know what that means. I have to figure out how to use my darn camera, number 1. And number 2, I have to buy a ton of sunblock, cause I’m frying like a toaster cheeser out there.

Photo: Joy.
This little girl expressed what I felt while shooting her.


23rd, 2011 / Danielle

Photography

I am grateful for the two “Father” figures in my life. Oh how they make me smile.

Happy You People’s Day!

Much Love


22nd, 2011 / Danielle

Photography

I have this room in my house that is empty, a clean slate as it were. This is a place of endless possibilities. Somewhere that almost anything can happen in. I’m not sure when this space will become alive. But I like knowing that it’s mine and the dogs, for now to day dream in.

 *Note: Poe wasn’t very happy with me in this shot. I stuck his green chewy in the closet and he decide to lay down and wait for it. He was determined to gain it back somehow, but alas the quiet and sun got the best of him and soon he dozed off to doggy dream of better days.


15th, 2011 / Danielle

Did you know Mark Zuckerberg has Stationery?

Well he does. And frankly his reason for doing it is pretty darn good:

Mark gets a lot of mail thanking him from people with amazing personal stories made possible because of Facebook. We wanted to make something a little more personal and special for him to respond.

I mean hey, I’m no fan of the Facebook world. I can say I won’t even watch the dude’s movie. But I’d be willing to write some sort of note to get one of these beauty’s sent back to me. 


On a side note, I think I need to get a EF 50mm f/1.2 lens. If only this thing didn’t have a 1,500k price tag on it. I’ll just add this beauty to my birthday wish list.

 

Amazon


11th, 2011 / Danielle

Gallery Wall

I have this wall in my house, where it feels like the floor and ceiling go on forever in any and every direction possibly imaginable. This wall and I have had quite a beef for sometime. I admit I would walk by and whisper mean words to it hoping that somehow it would transform into a masterpiece. I quickly learned this was not the case, and after much quarreling I still was far from, well… anything. I decide then and there I would take matters into my own hands, put my judgment aside and make whatever needed to happen, happen.

Hello new gallery-wall. How are you feeling today my tame little beast?

 

Photograph via me

Supplies: 30 Frames – Roberts
Paint: Mother Dear
Hanging: The Mr.
Foreman: Father
Designer: Me

 


10th, 2011 / Danielle

Sea-Dreaming

I don’t consider myself an artist. And honestly, there are days when I don’t even know if I consider myself a designer. Even though design is my career – something I do day in and day out, something I do love. I often wonder what it would be like to do something else, to be someone else. I have a love for the ocean, for the sea… for water. Sometime I day dream that I was a Mermaid cruising the open seas with some sort of clown fish side kick that could talk to me. You know, Little Mermaid style. *laughs* Today I’m lost in the deep blue sea. Where are you?

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9th, 2011 / Danielle