“The sun shines,
When I’m with you,
Your smile makes me want to dance.
Tonight, I’ll put on my favorite gown,
Place a diamond comb in my hair,
Dazzle you with my beauty,
And sway in your arms,
Until the morning light appears.”
copyright Robyn Graham
This photograph is the side of a Daffodil turned upside down. As I was photographing Daffodils from my garden I played with them to find unique angles to shoot. This reminded me of a woman’s ball gown. The first line of the poem is one of the meanings of the Daffodil in The Language of Flowers. The poem, was an inspiration from the Daffodils outside my window dancing in the afternoon sun.
Life is so busy right now. I once again have to apologize for my inactivity in the world of blogging. I cherish all of my followers and I appreciate those who stop by, browse through my blog, like my work, and leave comments. Please forgive me for not always returning that kind gesture. With three children, each in multiple activities, I find myself having a bit too much to juggle and very little time to browse blog posts and admire the work of my virtual friends.
With work I have been busy with product shoots, head shots, first communion portraits, senior portraits and more. I hope to blog about a couple of the unique projects in the near future. I have also been doing some behind the scenes work for future “big” projects with my photography….keep your fingers crossed for me! Hopefully they will come to fruition in the next 12 to 18 months.