When You’re Not With the One You Love…

The other weekend was one of those occasions that called for the tough, all-purpose toy that can get wet, sandy, salty, muddy or possibly dropped on the ground unceremoniously in a backpack. It was not a good time for an expensive camera. Our main objective was not to go on a photo expedition. We packed light to go fossil hunting. Still, there is no way I was going to leave all my cameras behind and miss capturing a discovery I could not otherwise take home! You can kinda take the camera out of the photographer’s hands, sometimes, maybe… but you can’t take the photography away.

 

About heather

A third-generation, informally trained photographer, Heather Siple has been taking pictures since she was old enough to hold a point-and-shoot steady. Her work has appeared across the US and internationally in museums, galleries and publications. Siple is the founder of the photo group ArtLane PCG .
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