Caitlin Faw Photography

Posts tagged VA

Mount Sidney and Staunton, Virginia

October 2013

Bluemont, Virginia
April 2012

Bluemont, Virginia

April 2012

Langley
McLean, Virginia
November 2011

Langley

McLean, Virginia

November 2011

Elkhorn Lake
Java, Virginia
November 2011

Elkhorn Lake

Java, Virginia

November 2011

Mount Sidney, Virginia
November 2011

Mount Sidney, Virginia

November 2011

Dear Those Who Actually Use Tumblr,
It has been a while. It really has. I might haphazardly post a photo here every now and then, but I have not posted any new content (e.i. to Flickr) in a long time, and that is arguably unacceptable.
I used to see Flickr as a sort of ritual. I would post almost daily and peruse people’s photos constantly; I would visit the site almost out of habit. But things have changed.
It is not that I have lost my love for photography. I still take pictures and I still find pleasure in it. I just don’t feel that same necessity to post as I once did. I don’t feel that same nagging desire for feedback, for criticism, or praise. 
As we move toward the winter months, I feel like I will have more time and energy to post my photos. What else can I do? Biking and hiking will be minimal and time outside will be more difficult to attain. 
I want to catch up, on Flickr, and here on Tumblr. I feel like there is a great community and I want to be involved.
I also want to be photographically productive in the upcoming months. I hope to keep taking photos and I would like to upload the best content in a more timely way. 
This is my first true blog post. Who knows who will read this or if these words carry any weight, but I needed to write this.
I have had some time off, but now I am ready. I hope everyone is well, healthy, productive, and happy. I look forward to catching up. 

Dear Those Who Actually Use Tumblr,

It has been a while. It really has. I might haphazardly post a photo here every now and then, but I have not posted any new content (e.i. to Flickr) in a long time, and that is arguably unacceptable.

I used to see Flickr as a sort of ritual. I would post almost daily and peruse people’s photos constantly; I would visit the site almost out of habit. But things have changed.

It is not that I have lost my love for photography. I still take pictures and I still find pleasure in it. I just don’t feel that same necessity to post as I once did. I don’t feel that same nagging desire for feedback, for criticism, or praise. 

As we move toward the winter months, I feel like I will have more time and energy to post my photos. What else can I do? Biking and hiking will be minimal and time outside will be more difficult to attain. 

I want to catch up, on Flickr, and here on Tumblr. I feel like there is a great community and I want to be involved.

I also want to be photographically productive in the upcoming months. I hope to keep taking photos and I would like to upload the best content in a more timely way. 

This is my first true blog post. Who knows who will read this or if these words carry any weight, but I needed to write this.

I have had some time off, but now I am ready. I hope everyone is well, healthy, productive, and happy. I look forward to catching up. 

"Taytra"
McLean, Virginia
A long time ago

"Taytra"

McLean, Virginia

A long time ago

"Maria"
McLean, Virginia
A long time ago

"Maria"

McLean, Virginia

A long time ago