I’ve been meaning to blog/write more about my passion for photography or mainly analogue photography. But most of my time are spent shooting, scanning, uploading and looking at photograph after photograph.
I am not one to make resolutions though I have goals here and there and I am a sucker for the new year stuff hehe.
I guess I will make another go at this and also to prepare for an upcoming venture/project which hopefully will start in the next month or so.
Thanks to my friend Marie (or lighthouseblues on lomography). Her passion and her photography has served as a great inspiration to me. And these past months, she has been pushing me to “write about your passion”.
And so I start by sharing/reblogging Marie’s New Year post with this beautiful black and white photo.
Happy 2013!

Shimmering Grains

Happy New Year 2013 to all my friends here!

Let this gorgeous ancient oak tree with its million branches symbolize our creative possibilities for the brand new 2013. There’s no limit!!

Enjoy!!  :-)

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2 thoughts on “Happy Tree Tuesday and a Happy New 2013!!

  1. Hi there Grazie! Thank you very much for your kind words and for reblogging! :-)
    Glad to see that you are back again. It will be just great!
    All the best for a happy and creative 2013 to you and yours!

  2. Hi Graziela. I don’t usually open reblogs but as you added your own comment and Marie has also been an inspiration to me in getting back into film photography I made an exception for a reblog of that astounding picture. So, I’m following you now and looking forward to seeing you blog more about your film photography.

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