artismysanity

My words and my pictures. All I have


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Fishermen and reflections on the sand

I’m alive! I don’t exactly know how, but I’ve already survived two weeks of this crazy semester. It’s just the same as high school, when you’re almost done and you can see the finish line, teachers throw everything they have at you. So if I don’t post often, don’t worry, I’m just trying to keep up with the endless workload (and I’m loving Art History!). I’m still shooting, but I don’t have a lot of time to edit the photos I take.

I’ve lost count of how long it’s been since I last shot a sunset – I’m hoping to go shooting this weekend, if I can organize my time. For now, I went to the archives and edited some more shots from my summer vacation. This sunset alone can keep me sane through the entire year, it’s so gorgeous :). Hope you like these!

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Bright sunlight

Hi, everyone! I’m still here! March has been a crazy month so far, and I haven’t had time to do much photo editing. I had a final last week (went swell, since I studied for an entire month and it was one of my favorite subjects), and I’ve been dealing with heaps of paperwork to see if I can take the last few subjects to get my Masters degree. Also, I’ve got to finish one more paper and I’m officially a teacher (just adding the final touches to the conclusion). I’m really excited about all these changes and endings, even if they can be a little scary at times.

I’ve also been lazing around, making the best of the last days of my vacation. Classes start on Monday, and it’s going to be a pretty intense semester. Hopefully I’ll be able to go to the harbor again very soon, and see what I can capture there with the new camera. I’ve been having so much fun shooting everything I wanted to shoot before and couldn’t – it’s amazing the possibilities a DSLR offers to capture the world.

I’ve wanted to take photos like these ones for a while, and I was really happy when I finally figured out how to. I’m in awe of the way simple weeds can look beautiful in front of a lens. Enjoy!