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Favorites

It’s my birthday month! That means it’s all about me! So, I decided to share some of my favorite images and the memories associated with them. Enjoy!

Simple

Sometimes an image doesn’t have to be complicated to stand out or be pleasing to the eye. I love these images because they are so simple.

The fan shape of the Gingko leaves are a favorite of many photographers. These two were placed perfectly on the ground.
A single ground cherry with a thread hanging out at the top. I feel like if I pulled that thread it would all just fall apart.
I just love these boots.
I used this camera years ago in college. It cost $12 at that time. Took some technically terrible photos, but the light leaks made for great effects.
The shapes of these locks caught my eye. They work so well together.
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