Having lived in Houston for more than 10 years before our move to Colorado, I feel like it’s been a long time since I’ve truly experienced fall. It’s one of my favorite seasons, (I’m a sucker for the warm tones) and I’ve missed the changing of colors immensely. Over the past few weeks I’ve been like a kid in a candy shop, trying to decide which way I should point my camera. Everything I see is filled with saturated color. The topic for my Jar of Inspiration project this month is another round of reflections and I’m so excited to have all these bold colors available for my images.
It feels very fitting to have my second set of reflections images happening now. Since we’ve moved, I’ve had a lot more time on my hands to contemplate my photography practice and where I hope to let it lead me. I’ve been reflecting on how I shoot and what I’d like to be doing more and less of over the next few months. Teaching keeps coming up in my writing and my meditations, so I wouldn’t be surprised if something new pops up before spring.
In the meantime, I’ll be soaking up all the color that Colorado has to offer before we get buried in snow.
Reflecting on what matters right now- Angie