. . . one year later . . .

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Often times we talk about how photography as being used to
help us remember something.  We use
pictures to stop time and remember moments.

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We look at images in order to bring understanding.  They are a visual tool to enlighten, teach,
express . . . They tell a story.

We look at images to monitor change – to make goals, to see
progress . . . or failure.

We look at images created throughout history to see how the
world was – what it looked like, what it has become, and how it as changed.

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The one thing that is certainly evident through photography
is change.

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This sweet girlie, Gabby, turned one.

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I first met Gabby when she was just a few weeks old.  Every couple of months, I would get to see
her and her family again.  Each time we
were together, she looked different.  She
had grown, had learned new things, and was becoming  . . . . Gabby!  Her little personality was evident from the
first time I took pictures of her – wide eyed . . . curious.

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What an honor it was to watch her grow through her first year.

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