Capturing Memories

March 15, 2016

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Every day we encounter a specific moment that brings emotion, good or bad… These moments become memories that make us feel something towards that point in time. Take for instance this beautiful family, friends of mine, from Australia. Three couples and a child had a weekend trip planned to drive up on the beach and camp at Double Island in Queensland. This is one of my favourite places where I grew up.  Knowing that I rarely get the opportunity to get back to Australia and drive up the beach to camp... I knew I had to bring my camera, to capture the moments that were to unfold for during that weekend. There were many times throughout the day that I was blessed to have had my camera in hand.

The second morning, I woke up to a beautiful sunrise that melted away the cloudy and turbulent weather of yesterday, to a calmer more peaceful morning. My friends Kris, Carley and their handsome little boy Hayden, were frolicking on the shoreline and watching the sunrise… It was a beautiful moment to see (no one in site, but them) having fun just the three of them. I quickly made my way down to the shore and captured some precious moments, where they were just enjoying their time as a family. Its moments like these, that they will get to remember for ever.  As it was Hayden’s first camping adventure and visit to D.I. at 15 months old. Knowing that I was able to capture the true beauty of this great family, made me proud to have captured these everlasting moments, with a picture. There will be moments where Hayden will grow up with his parents, of them telling him the story of his first camping adventure. That is why I try to capture the true beautiful moments, that tell a story.

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