Beautiful sunset the other night!
A few photos with a few awesome sweet girls!
I was very blessed to be able to spend time with great friends and take photos for the event, which was wheelchair basketball!
Anyway, here are some photos I took while there.
Our family visits a farm every Sunday to pick up raw milk, and while there last Sunday, my brother and I stayed out by the gate. As I’m sure you know, cow farms stink (if you didn’t know that, now you do), but not as much at the end of the driveway!
So here are some farm pictures I took while waiting on the milk.
I spent literally hours in the dark photographing, and these are the only ones I like even a little. Oh well…
Ya’ll have already seen this picture, as it is in my first post, but I absolutely love it. I took it in my backyard with my very first camera when I lived in Alabama. I got my first camera when I was seven, so it wasn’t some fancy camera with all those special features I now take for granted. It looked something like this 👇🏿 but not as nice!
It was functional, but because it had to endure the Casady household, it was dying, a slow, miserable death. None of my pictures looked nice, no matter how hard I tried. And then, one day, I uploaded photos to the computer, bracing myself for even more disappointment, and lo and behold! I had this. I was so excited. This photo has been minimally edited, all I’ve done is sharpened the image a little bit. Other than, that, this was the final good image I got from that camera. I replaced it five years later.
My wonderful, amazing sister graduates in May, and I got to take her graduation photos! We biked to several locations all over town, trying to find the perfect photo, and guess what? We did. Anna used two of my photos for her graduation cards!
Love ya, Anna. Thank you for letting me take your photos, and use them!