Twillingate-Day 21-June 21, 2021

Three weeks into my residency.

It’s a life changer.

This town, the people in it, the buildings, the landscapes… oh lord… the sunsets are simply soul infusing events really.

I have only scratched the surface here.

When I started this, I was apprehensive about how I could fill eight weeks of work here and remain fresh, relevant. I need not have worried at all. There’s a lifetime of artistic growth here. I can’t wait to take the lesson I learn here out into the field elsewhere and continue to showcase and celebrate the locations I visit.

One thing I VERY VERY much enjoyed was shooting the culinary experience offered by Experience Twillingate. This was something new to me and I was surprised by how much I loved it, and the quality of the photos were amazing. I know that having a library of photo’s to use for social media is a priceless resource to operators and it was a pleasure to provide Crystal with photos that I hope and have to believe will bring some more people her way.

This is a service I would be happy to provide to other operators. If you have a business and would like a professional portfolio of photos at a reasonable price, please reach out, we’ll chat and make it happen!

Today I took a little drive off Twillingate island and ended up in Boyds Cove where I found a treasure of photo opportunities. These places, the structures, the objects are all being assaulted by the passage of time and I am truly blessed to have the opportunity to capture them before the succumb history.

I have a couple of older heritage and historical buildings booked to visit and photograph this week and I simply cannot WAIT to get into those spaces and tell their stories.

For now I leave you with some captures from today. I tried some different editing techniques on these to varying levels of success.

We all Fall Down
Parked
The Machine
Days End
Precarious Footing
Hold Fast

I do hope you are enjoying these blogs, if there is anything else you would like to see here please let me know!

Thanks for joining me on this journey!

Don’t forget, if you love the work, think about purchasing a piece or purchasing a coffee. I have lots of klicks to cover this summer, and your support was never more appreciated.

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