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1.12.2011

I have sort of left my photography out of the spotlight on this blog. I have a photo blog but have been waiting to launch in along side my website. I have been wanting to share my passion for photography more and more lately and I simply cant wait any longer. It is part of me, it is my art, my air, the way I see and speak life. Here are some of my favorite photos from one of my favorite photographers Rodney Smith. He is so unique and brings such beauty to his imagery. Please enjoy some inspiration.







pure beauty.






7 comments:

  1. wow, wow, wow. these are INCREDIBLE!! i have never seen his work before! thanks for sharing & look forward to seeing some of your own work. :)

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  2. Hey, I just joined your blog a few days ago and I already see the awesomeness, especially from the way you say you're an artist and can't help it. You NEED to express. I feel the same about my writing.

    These are some stunning pictures and I really love 'em.

    Write on!

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  3. These photos are stunning!

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  4. Great pictures. Every one of them.

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  5. So amazing! Photography is a newer hobby for me and I am becoming a little obsessed. It's all I think about. Whenever I have a bad day, the one thing that can bring me out of my slump is my camera. I hope to read more about your photography!

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    I like your blog, cute pics!
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  7. i really admire these photographs

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