A couple weeks ago my friend Sarah, Ana and I went out and explored a different side to Lake Michigan, in Michigan. Warren Dunes is something special. Something really special. Living in Chicago I don’t get to see very many trees in one location. Not to mention the HUGE dunes I fell madly in love with. Someone should really give me a reason to head back there and play in the clay pit for me.
I wanted to try something new and get back in to shooting some photography for me. I’m a firm believer that every photographer needs to photograph for them outside of their “job” to not feel burnt out. When I started off in photography I never saw myself as a wedding photographer. My focus in college was large format, fine art photography. Somewhere along the way I lost sight of that and my focus became mainly my job. Four years later I am back to producing work for me. It may not be large format. (yet!) However, it’s something.
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Kalu Ndukwe Kalu
The things you do for yourself are gone when you are gone, but the things you do for others remain as your legacy.