There are a lot of weeks where I tend to only pick up my camera when I need too. As if it's the outfit you put on for work. However, I remember one of my instructors at Hallmark telling me to keep shooting and never stop. Sure during the week I'm a busy bee. I have weddings to edit, clients to meet, and emails to respond to but that shouldn't stop me from keeping my creative juices flowing.
This weekend, I decided to do just that — keep my creative juices flowing. My friends and I set out to find Parson's Reserve in North Dartmouth, MA. It's a beautiful daffodil field in the middle of the woods. At first, we just wanted to go to see the place and experience it and all of its beauty. But recently I've been trying to take my camera everywhere I go. And since I had my camera, it was photo shoot time for me and my friends.
So we set off to Parson's Reserve and made some awesome images.
I also introduced them to Geocaching. If you have no idea what this is, read about it here. It's SO much fun and we found a few right in Parson's Reserve! I'm not addicted to it and even spent $10 to have the full version of the app for three months but it's a blast if you love exploring and finding new places.
Special thanks to Chelsea for modeling! You have to love having such adventurous and beautiful friends!