Life's busy, okay?
I haven't had a chance in the last few weeks since I last wrote to sit down and debrief my assignments. I'm lucky if I have enough time to wash my hair and cook meals these days.
But as my last day in the office starts to wind down (I'm technically still working the weekend, so it's not my official last day just yet), I finally have the time to stand still and look back on everything that's happened.
My photo editor took me out to a lovely lunch to help me narrow down my best photos from the summer. While the selects she's picked will most likely end up in my portfolio, I wanted to showcase some of my own favorite images from this incredible internship experience.
But rather than bombard this post with a handful of photo galleries, I'll write a series of posts featuring my most memorable assignments. Stay tuned.
Meanwhile, here's a photo I've had on the forefront of my mind these last few weeks. I've been following a group of slackliners for the past few weeks, and I adore the light that falls on them each evening when they venture out onto the boardwalk above Lady Bird Lake.
The man who hosts the group goes by the name, Tarzen, and one of my key mantras for this summer was something I heard from him:
"Recognize your falling."