Motherhood is one of the natural wonders that touches everyone’s life in one way or another.
Another Tulsa at Night photo.
Before Halloween, I was a guest for the Digital Photographers of Tulsa graveyard shoot for 2011. Along with being entirely intrigued by being able to shoot in a graveyard at night, I was also excited to see so many local photographers taking an interest in each other’s work. I am now a full member of the group and look forward to many other opportunities
A couple of winters ago, we had a major ice storm in the Tulsa area. As I am ever curious about natural ice formations, I naturally went out to explore. My house had several ice stalactites, many of which were over three feet in length. After breaking off several of them, I held each one up to the sun, until I came up with this shot. The sky was an almost un-natural blue, which gave the whole image the same cast. I especially like the frozen bubbles in the ice, not something I get to see everyday.
I am a sucker for weddings and seeing the smile on a young bride’s face. Few things are as beautiful or as full of promise.