I absolutely love being a photographer in Asheville, NC. Not only do you get some of the city atmosphere, but you also get the beauty of the mountains of Western North Carolina right at your back door.
I drive home from work using the Blue Ridge Parkway and every day I am amazed by the beautiful scenery.
I took these two photographs a few days ago on my drive home. Each day I drive past this little hill with this tree on it. For some reason the composition of this tree and hill really seem to stand out to me each time I drive by them.
On this particular day, it had been raining all day. But, on my drive home the sun decided to break through the clouds and provided a great back drop for my little tree and hill. I decided to stop and take advantage of the beautiful light, and I am so happy I did. I ended up with two amazing photos that really describe the beauty of this particular place on the Blue Ridge Parkway!
In honor of the new year, I will be participating in the MCP Project 12. This is a project to help improve your skills as a photographer. Each month a new theme is announced at the link below and to participate you have to take at least one photo for the month that goes along with each particular theme. I will post my photo on here every month and it can also be found on the MCP Project 12 link. Please give me your thoughts on the photos each month, I would love to know what you think!
To find official rules and how to participate please go to the link below.
MCP Project 12
If you decide to also participate in this project please let me know and add a link to your photo.
I hope you all have a happy new year and check back soon to see the photo for January!
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Welcome to my blog, this is my first official post! I am a wedding and special events photographer based out of Asheville, NC. Please feel free to check out my website to see some of my work. I will be updating this blog as I get new clients so please check back soon to see my latest work!