Hello again! Another long break from writing and another "rebrand." In this post, I am going to explain my new website and share my goals for the new year. Let's dive in!
I know I know I redid my website again, but I want to preface this by saying it is still very much the same idea I had with my last rebrand just with a cleaner and easier to use design. I am going to keep up the photography blog aspect and share all my shots month to month. I am going to also try to go back on some of my older photos and give a look into that. As you know this year I wasn't able to travel around as much but I have some hiking spots that I love and recommend if you are in the Northeast area. I am going to look back on some of my past travel adventures and share more about the pictures and experiences I had.
The main change I have is I want to offer my photography services to people! I love photography so much and especially adventure, outdoor, natural light photos. I have been slowly getting into portrait photography, for people who are close to me. I have taken some senior photos, professional portraits, and one engagement session ( I am still not as confident but working towards growing!) So if you love my style or know someone who would love my style and want some pictures taken then feel free to email me at email@example.com! Just put in the subject line what kind of photography you are looking for and we can discuss further from there.
Now I missed November and December round-up but I will share some of my favorites here on this post and be back at the end of January for the round-up!!
We didn't get to do much hiking with work going on and having our bathroom fixed up in our new apartment. Plus this winter cold season is not my favorite when hiking. The leaves are all pretty much gone and the cold starts to set in. Unless the trails are freshly covered in snow it's not the prettiest sight with all the muddy mixed snow. But don't get me wrong a fresh snow path is a sight to see.
Now that we live closer to the water gap, I hope to get out and explore more of that area and find new hikes that I have yet to do. The first place is one I haven't been to before but was relatively easy and super close to our apartment. It's called Garvey Springs Trail. It's a 4.5 mile rated as moderate, which I would agree with. We didn't make it all the way up to Sunfish Pond because we had come late in the day and it was getting colder and darker. But the first part of the trail leads you right up to the Waterfall which is what I was hoping to see.