For the past several months, I have been deleting, deleting, and deleting old photos. I figure that the fewer photos I own, the more I will look at them. So out went all the boring shots, the super blurry shots, and the doubles, triples, and quadruples of the same old thing. I only kept the best 20%, and I'm so glad I did it. Even though pictures don't clutter up physical space, it still feels good to do a giant purge.
As I went through every picture, I found a few I love. Here are some of my favorite shots.
Sunset outside my parents' home in Colorado.
Sixth anniversary flowers
My dad at St. Mary's Glacier shot on a piece of junk point and shoot. You don't necessarily need good equipment to get fun shots, though good equipment sure helps!
Another Colorado sunset.
I don't know why I like this one so much.
Engagement shot for my sister and brother-in-law.
Grace kissing Cora.
I'd like to say this is dew, but I think it's just sprinkler.
A dead, gnarly tree at Joshua Tree National Park. (No, this isn't a Joshua Tree.)
My Favorite Shots - Part Two
My Favorite Shots - Part Three