I've always liked fall. To me, even more than spring, fall feels like a time for renewal, growth and personal development. It's a time to take stock of where we are, set some goals, and get to work to prepare for the winter ahead. It may be part of my prairie heritage that makes me feel like now is the time to harvest, to work hard and to fulfill ourselves in our work.
As I look ahead to the coming months there are a few projects that I will be working on, including;
reworking my on-line presence with a new web page, blog, and gallery hosting service. Over the next few weeks I'll be working on redeveloping my site, making it cleaner and easier to navigate.
building the photography side of ZuluDog K9 Service.
continuing with my travel writing course through Matador U. My recent travels to Thailand and Cambodia have sparked a desire in me to travel more and be better able to share my adventures through words and photos.
I will be working on some "alternative process" photography projects. This is printing a negative on hand coated watercolor papers and is an "Old School" process.
continuing to work with shelter, foster and rescue organizations in Victoria and beyond, by providing photography and/or massage services to help bring awareness to the situation of homeless and neglected dogs.
a gallery show is also a very big possibility. You will have to stay tuned for that one!
These are just a few of the things I will be working on. It's shaping up to be a very lively fall season, and I am looking forward to harvesting plenty of new adventures1
Now, back to work!