Urban Edge

So, I’ve got iTunes on Shuffle. Oh it has a fancy name now… what is it? Ah my “iTunes DJ” is spinnin some tunes, and he chose Jon McLaughlin’s “Human”

The lyrics begin like this:

Can you tell me how we got in this situation,
I can’t seem to get you off my mind,
all these ups and downs,
they trip up our good intentions,
nobody said this was easy ride.

And, well, the rest of the song is good, but a bit sadder than I’m feeling right now, so I’m not going to post them!

But the first two lines made me think of the love of my life, and how we had a fun experience yesterday. And then I was editing a pic from said experience, so I decided to actually post it instead of procrastinating posting to my poor little bloggie AGAIN. I really miss you, blog friends. I promise Ill get my act together here soon. I think that its just that I’ve got so many posts to catch up on that I get overwhelmed and don’t even want to touch it, you know? But no more, I say!

So, the man and I are officially going to be a part of a new church plant in Old Louisville. More news to come regarding all of this soon, but we are pretty stoked. The area includes the University of Louisville in its borders, and the houses are all ginormous and OLD. It’s the largest area of old Victorian houses just about anywhere, and it has so much character. So, he and I walked the streets yesterday, looking at houses and taking a few photos. On our drive down I taught him everything he needed to know about ISO, aperture and shutter speed. And then my little protege took some pics. He did so very well for his first time using a dSLR! I’ll have to post one of his pics soon. But, for now, here is a photo I’m digging. I totally held my camera above my head over the fence to snag this one. πŸ™‚ And it reminds me a bit of Heather Gilson’s photography for some reason. She is incredible, and I would never compare myself to her, but the mood of this pic just made me think of her πŸ™‚ And, she was kind enough to stop by this blog and comment once, so I need to give her a shout out, because her work is totally incredible.


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Laura love you. you are so good. pretty soon fledgling photographers will be talking about making their shots look like jgrace πŸ™‚

jules so, at first i thought you were talking about me.. i was confused – then i realized.. this is a diff. shoot in old louisville… .ha. lol. love of my life.

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