Can we just talk about how fast this boy is growing and how ridiculous that is? I mean, pure RIDICULOUS.
Let’s also talk about the fact that I’m the mom who showed up to the soccer field with a lens the size of Texas. You guys, I was basically walking around with a large toddler strapped to my camera. But only just this once. Last season I never even brought Marky Mark along. This season, he (said camera) likely won’t join me again. For the most part, I like to watch and enjoy the games out from behind my lens. I like to shout and cheer and chat with my friends. I like to give my boy high-fives. And occasionally, I have to keep track of a certain rambunctious four year old. I love to capture moments, but I love to be in moments. As much as the photographs I take tell a story, the life I choose to live tells a story even greater. Even more memorable. Even more meaningful.
Ultimately, I take photographs to have something tangible to jolt my heart and re-live the moments and remember the joy. Because joy is a way of living. That, I’m learning every day.
All the action. You know, folks on the ground and such.
Why do you take pictures? To hold a piece of history? Emotional value? Just because it’s fun?
xo | Brooke