Now All Your Love is Wasted


It’s been quite a while since I’ve been on here to get in some writing and leave an update. The past couple of weeks has been crazy with a new internship and although I still have a few weeks before graduation, i’m trying to finish up my portfolio so I can get my portfolio sent out to some agencies, maybe land a job in time for graduation? All I can do is try my hardest and hope for the best!

While I was home for break I did a lot of thinking and a lot of hiking! I was able to see my good friend, Stephanie, for the first time in probably over a year. She’s wonderful, she’s moved off to Denver to pursue her career as a teacher. From what she tells me, she’s loving the Colorado lifestyle and couldn’t be happier getting to spend time with the children she teachers, and that’s saying a lot for teaching at an all boy’s school!

Anyways, here are a couple of shots that I wanted to share. One morning I went hiking with Steph and her family. It was a great work out and it was awesome getting out there with them, great bunch!

10. Winter Wonderland 9. Winter Creek 8. Tree STDS 7. Christmas Horns 6. Daddy, Mommy, Baby 5. River Rapids 4. Whitey 3. Old Flatbed 2. Radio Tower

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Farm Country


So, those of you who are reading my posts may know, but others may not, I live in Hampshire County, Massachusetts. The area is not the most “metropolis” you may know, but we think of it as a city of other sorts, a City of Farms. Town after town, field after field, they paint the landscape with yellow stalk fields, red barns, and fields of horses, cows, and the seldom llamas.

After taking an early trip to drop my car off for repairs, I took the long back roads home, and was able to truly see some of the landscape i miss on other days. Here are some shots of some of the farm land scenes I felt the need to capture and share.

 

 

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-Michael