White on white/What’s in my bag/A low angle

 White on White

I was actually really looking forward to taking a {White on White} photo.
But timing is everything and when this prompt ended up on THE DAY I would be seeing both of my boys at the same time for the first time in 6 weeks the only picture I managed was handing my iphone to a friend and asking him to take a picture to document the special occasion!
White is actually a difficult color to photograph.  It tends to want to blow out and you lose details.  I will shoot this prompt at another time.

What’s in my bag


{What’s in my bag} -I blogged earlier about my Kelly Moore bag.  I’m in love with it! It easily fits my camera with a lens attached and two other lenses. Plus it has a great front pouch that holds cards, lip balm, SD cards, cleaning brushes, etc, etc. Along with two front pouches and 2 larger pockets for flat items (magazine, tablet)
I NEEDED (wanted) another camera bag that didn’t look so utilitarian when I was shooting a wedding or event and I’m very happy with it.

 A Low Angle

I had the honor of being invited to be the photographer at a NF walk this past weekend.  Some beautiful friends of mine have organized and led out in a fundraising event the past 3 years at Oaks Park to help raise funds and awareness of this terrible disease that his stricken their youngest.
The picture above is taken during the kid dash where I bravely positioned myself {at a low angle} right in the middle as the kids “dashed’ right towards me during their fun run.
I had never heard of this disease until a few years ago. Here is a definition –
NF – or Neurofibromatosis encompasses a set of distinct genetic disorders that causes tumors to grow along various types of nerves.  NF can also affect the development of non-nervous tissues such as bones and skin. Neurofibromatosis causes tumors to grow anywhere on or in the body.
It is heartbreaking to see people suffering with any kind of disease. Marvin and Mandy Fernando have established a large support network for those living with this diagnosis.  Many are diagnosed at a young age and I’m sure it is hugely helpful to be part of a group that shares your fears and hopes.
I met many beautiful amazing people who are in the fight of their lives with smiles on their faces! So inspiring!
In SFP news I am anticipating my new website will be live this week! So that means my blog will be moving! This will be my last post on this site I will be shutting it down (as soon as I figure out how) As soon as my website is ready I will be posting my new address on my FB page – I hope you will follow me there!
Next – New website!!!

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