hats can be short,and hats can be tall. you can wear them to the market, or you can wear them playin' ball.
some people wear their hats to block away the sun. some people wear their hats just because they think it's fun.
the pilgrims, they wore hats, and nurses do too. sombreros are a spanish hat, but that I bet you knew.
hats can be all colors, all shapes and sizes too. like a cowboy hat or a pirates hat in black or white or blue.
magicians use their hats to pull their rabbits from. and a sailor has his hat on when it's home from sea he comes.
there are hats for all occasions and many places too. last night we thought we'd model this hat for you. - author unknown
came across the above poem and couldn't help but share. reminds me of dr. seuss, which we read nightly in this house and...last night, i asked sky if she'd let me take a few photos of her, to test out my new hat. (the poem will also be a perfect addition for my family's annual book.) we didn't have a lot of time to shoot last night -- about 15 minutes in between sky and ryder's gymnastic start times and then about 10 minutes when we got home (until we had enough of being attacked by mosquitoes).
also, i wanted to share this video series i just discovered and am totally diggin' -- [framed] show, by melissa niu. i watched ryan muirhead's [framed] video yesterday and i can't stop thinking about his closing words...
...find your own voice and the only way to do that is by working. you can't read up on it. you can't learn it. you can't absorb it from someone else. but if you're out there shooting constantly -- on good days, on bad days, when you're feeling creative, when you're not...carry a tiny camera with you everywhere you go. if you do that enough, your voice will find you. it's inevitable.
YES... your voice will find you.
thanks ryan for your ongoing inspiration and the reminder to keep shooting...through the good days and the funks!!