In January we searched out empty corners of our house, looking for daylight to seep through and brighten our lives.
I welcomed the opportunity to watch, to be an observer. I never knew how satisfying it would be to sit back and watch you read a book all by yourself. All the little things you have learned and have accomplished, leave me excited for what’s to come. It makes it easy to know You at every stage in your life, easy to see you grow. I’m literally watching you thrive, little one. And I love it.
In the darkest of nights, we played outside with sparklers to give the light that we longed for. I love how little pieces of sparks, can breathe LIFE into the world around us.
Sometimes I like to play with the way the light flows in my bedroom, I love to capture you and the blue curtains that surround you. Double exposures can take something so ordinary and make it flow with unimaginable beauty, but you often do that on your own.
The innocence of a child and the animals that welcome her into their home, is a powerful thing to see. I love how the window light just softly fell upon their faces. Thank you January for inviting low light into our piece of the World.
Today, I have joined with other artists to show our world’s in low-light. I hope you will follow along in our journeys. Next up is my lovely and talented Photographer friend Thuvan. Click here to see her Art.
You have found beautiful little pockets of light to work with. Is that second to last picture a double exposure? I love it and tbh I wouldn’t have realised had you not said. I love the way you’ve written this post too, it’s beautiful!
Thank you Chanelle! Yes, that is a double but it is subtle because of the low light. You are too sweet my friend.
Low light and shadows can be so fun to play with. My favorite was the smoke/sparkler image. What a fun photo play day.
Thank you Laura. I totally agree those were my favorite! I need to create some more unique shots. 🙂
Whoa, your images are amazing but your words are perfect. That double exposure is beautiful!
The photos are beautiful! The low-light gives each one such an emotion and feel. Really wonderful work!
WOW!! These are beautiful and love how you documented them. I am not a photographer by profession so I do not understand some of the lingo here but I do see that you captured beautiful raw emotions in little light and told a beautiful story!!
Aubrey, These are so beautiful. I love how you wrote this up like a journal or a documentation for your daughter to read. Every image carries so much emotions and so much love you have for her.
I am loving the low tones in these photos! There is something so mesmerizing about your photos that keep me checking out your work!!
these lifestyle images are captivating. You did such a great job with low lit situations!
I adore your photography– seriously so captivating!
What beautiful pictures!! I loved hearing how you took these, I think low light pictures can be so pretty! You are a very talented photographer! Thanks for sharing!