Wishing you a blessed and happy Easter!
A Double Exposure – White Lily Leaf and White Lily Bud
The title of the above image is based on the meaning of the white Lily in the Victorian Language of Flowers. The fact that the image is a double exposure of two flowers and was created with an ethereal feel helped make the meaning a perfect title.
I have a fabulous announcement to make. Yesterday I received an email with the subject line saying: “Congrats!” At first I thought it must be spam. Once I read the message and clicked on the link included in the text of the message I was pleasantly surprised. The link to BWGallerist led me to the home page which had a list of the “Best of the Best” of Emerging Fine Art Photographers of 2014. Guess what! My name was on that list! I am so honored and excited! Please visit the link above to read the article and see works of other inspiring photographers on the list.
For those of you who truly love black and white photography I highly recommend subscribing to BWGallerist. It is a wonderful, informative and inspiring magazine.
Happy New Year!
“Desire is the key to motivation, but it’s determination and commitment to an unrelenting pursuit of your goal – a commitment to excellence – that will enable you to attain the success you seek.” – Mario Andretti
I love this quote and it relates so well to dancers and their dream of achieving the advancement to pointe shoes. The quote comes from someone who accomplished his dreams and lived in the fast lane, something that you don’t typically associate with dancers. However, driving does require a high level of skill and the dedication to the goal of winning is no different than that of what it takes to become a prima ballerina. You would not typically think of race car driving and dancing as being in the same class, but when it comes to the desire to succeed, dedication, pursuit, excellence and even grace, the two can be associated. I think it is safe to say that there is a certain level of grace that goes with steering a car at high speeds – no? Or is it just being smooth?
I have a huge favor to ask all of my followers who happen to be on Facebook. I am trying to increase the number of likes on my Robyn Graham Photography page. I use Facebook for business purposes and am trying to increase traffic to my Facebook page to eventually lead more people to my website. The growth in awareness of my business is important with my studio opening in September. Thank you in advance for your consideration. I am happy to return the favor, just leave your link in the comment section of this post.
Enjoy the weekend!