"Photography is an art of observation. It has little do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them."
Elliot Erwitt

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What makes a memory? It can be a smell, a sound, a place, a person, an adventure…the possibilities are endless. You’re here to live your life - to make memories - happy and sad ones, to enjoy the experience of LIVING. What makes your life memorable? Is it your kids, your loved ones, your hobbies, your career, or perhaps your milestones? These moments are important - they are shaping you in more ways than you know - heck, you may not even realize how majorly these moment are strengthening your soul until years later! I have memories with my grandparents that are only relived through photographs, I have memories of a stronger and younger version of myself that are only relived through photographs - there is no replicating those days and those moments, just time now to reflect and enjoy the nostalgia as it comes in waves of emotions while sifting through old boxes full of photographs. This feeling is what really sparks this passion of mine for photography. Those old images are inspiring and remind me of the importance of living in the moment.

"We take photos as a return ticket to a moment otherwise gone."