Week 17


“I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples.” – Mother Teresa

Juli Isola │ Juli Isola Photography {San Clemente, California}



“I want to taste and glory in each day.” Sylvia Plath

Suzie Ziemke │ Suzie Ziemke Photography {Mankato, MN}



“Christmas doesn’t come from a store, maybe Christmas perhaps means a little bit more…”
– Dr. Suess, How the Grinch Stole Christmas!

Sonja Hardy │ Bobo + Peep Photography {Winnipeg, Manitoba}



these eyes

Tara Marie Jurevicius │Tara Marie Photography {Springdale, Arkansas}



 ‘Sometimes you will never know the value of something, until it becomes a memory.’ – Dr. Seuss

Christina Watkins │ Christina Watkins Photography {Montgomery, AL}



“We’re so busy watching out for what’s just ahead of us that we don’t take time to enjoy where we are.” ~Bill Watterson

Amanda Monday │ BirdsDream Design {Iowa City, Iowa}



Very merry Christmas from our family to yours! I hope this day will be full of warmth love and laughter for all of you!

Bjorna Hoen Almaden │ Bjorna Hoen Photography {Calabasas, California}



“The face is more honest than the mouth will ever be.” – Daphne Orebaugh

Jennifer Lawrence | Jennifer Lawrence Photography {Nashville, Tennessee}



I am….

a splasher in puddles.

Paige R Everson | Sweet Magnolia Photography-NY {Syracuse, NY}

“Feeling my way through the darkness
Guided by a beating heart
I can’t tell where the journey will end
But I know where to start”
-Avicii “Wake Me Up”

Kim Hilliard │ Kim Hill Photography {Montgomery, AL}



happy holidaZe friends.

Katy Tuttle │ Katy Tuttle Photography {Seattle, Washington}



Walk with me?
Of course I’ll walk with you.
Of course.  We’re sisters.  I’ll walk with you forever. 

Summer Kellogg │ Summer K Photography {Northeast, Ohio}


Guest No. 13


“Coming from a fine art photography background, the past several years of only working

with the digital format has left me longing for a deeper connection to my true creative self.

Digital stops the creative process short and doesn’t allow for the longer more drawn out

tactile process that I love so much about photography.

This mirrors the current online social experience that I have where I don’t get to really see

the person I am communicating with and the relationship is very brief and empty. I have

spoken to many woman who have told me that social media tends to leave them sad and

longing for a deeper connection so I wanted to create a project that could heal that for

everyone involved and express that it’s okay to choose solitude over empty connections.

In this new project I reach out to women who I have only known from Facebook. I spend

time with them and get to know them as a photographer gets to know her subject and I

let them be who they are. I create an image, print it on Moab Moenkapi Kozo paper and

proceed to paint the surface with watercolors letting the colored water wash over the

image as my hand brushes various areas as I feel it needs it.

Each one is a truly unique piece of work.”

Kristianne Koch | Kristianne Koch Photography {San Clemente, California}

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