Welcome to Green Eyes Photography: An Enthusiastic Photographer’s Blog. I am excited to introduce my new blog spot where I will be posting my photographs. I am still in the learning curb phase using WordPress, so please bear with me as I shift, change and grow my postings the more I become comfortable with using WordPress. Through the encouragement of some special friends and family, I have decided to start posting my photos here instead of directly to Facebook. Don’t worry, I will be linking the updates to my blog on my Facebook page. Facebook has started this creative outlet I have found in photography and have fallen in love with it. Ultimately my photographs are what these green eyes are viewing through the camera lens and that is how I came up with the name for my blog. My camera usually accompanies me on my life’s little adventures (except that time I went paddle boarding with alligators…funny/not funny..true story), so wish me luck on my latest adventure.
Update: January 29, 2017
Thank you to those who have stopped by my blog to check out my photos and the little stories I share with you or (not…sometimes a picture speaks for itself). Blogging is a big learning curb for me and a little frustrating at times (a.k.a. WordPress glitches), but I am still having fun creating these post.
As stated above, I am still shifting, changing and growing with my blog. The latest change I have made is the introduction of my new PHOTOLOGO for watermarking my photography. I wanted the watermark to represent the name I was brought into this world with, my authentic self. An expression of my very own unique authentic brand.
Thanks to the creative team at PHOTOLOGO for their patience and cooperation as we worked to get the logo just right. After four revisions, I couldn’t be more happy with the way it has turned out. 🙂
“You don’t make a photograph just with a camera. You bring to the act of photography all the pictures you have seen, the books you have read, the music you have heard, the people you have loved.” – Ansel Adams
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