Hey everyone! It had been over a month since I picked up my camera, but last week I finally went out and took some pictures. Only a few, but it was nice to get out. Over that month hiatus, I kept thinking, "I need to make time to do photography... But I'm so busy!" I kept putting it off until a friend asked if we could go to the local park to take pictures. Since then, I've been nagging myself, "When can I go back out?!" (Anyone else ever experience that? ...No?)
I only got a few pictures because it was getting dark quickly. Somehow, my Pentax ended up being the focal point of all of the pictures I liked from this shoot...
Aesthetic. (Is that what the cool kids say?)
Have I ever mentioned how much I love my 35mm lens? Because I really love my 35mm lens.
"Don't think about making art, just get it done." Andy Warhol
I should really take my own advice...
Listen, make time for your art. Yes, you. You make art; I know you do. Maybe not with a paint brush or a camera, but you make your art is some way. Maybe you prefer a whisk and a mixing bowl over a paintbrush, or a football, or a pen. Whatever it is, get it done. Make time for your art. I firmly believe we were meant to be creative beings and because of that, creating is a key part of our humanity. We need to do it. So I am challenging you (and me). This week, make time for your art. I don't care if it's five minutes or five hours worth. Just get it done. Then come back and tell me about it.