Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Encouraging Wednesdays| Week 3

Yet another week has come and gone, and I now choose the third person for the encouraging Wednesdays. This weeks encouragement goes to...


Does it ever happen to you that you sorta blog hop and come across a wonderful blog. Blog hopping has allowed me to "meet" some very awesome bloggers. However, I did not find Eves' blog by hopping around, I actually found her on Instagram. For those who do not know what that is, Instagram is simply an app where you take pictures from your mobile device and share them with your friends.  When I "found" her she was very new, but I immediately loved the few pictures on her account, they were just lovely. After admiring the beautiful pictures she took with her I-Touch, I decided to pay a visit to her blog. (she had a link on her profile). Her pictures from her I-Touch were good, well so were the ones with her camera. 

Eves' blog mainly focused on photography, but not entirely has been a blast to read. She takes some truly amazing photos. She captures the beauty that God has created in just a simple picture. I remeber being in 4th grade and telling my best friend that I wanted to be a photographer. Over the years I have not done anything to give "life" to that dream. Reading her blog has definitely inspired me to take action. She is, much to my delight, a fellow "Canon sister." Seeing the amazing photos she takes with her Canon makes me believe that taking her quality of picture is doable and accessible, since we have a Canon as well.

Go and check out her blog, so you can experience the awe effect that her pictures have.

Oh and she did her first vlog, which I so enjoyed. So Eve, I might do one too. It was so fun to watch and looks fun to do.

1 comment:

  1. Ali, this was so sweet! Thank-you so very much! Your words have truly encouraged me today. I'm very blessed to have you as a reader! :)
    Your 'Canon sister', ;)

    eve @ essence of eve


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