Happy Monday. Let’s see what unexpected adventures this week brings. Put yourself out there into the world and let me know what comes back.
My Etsy shop is finally open! Hurrah! I’ve started with a series of 10 prints from one of my abandoned factory shoots and I’ll be adding more images and projects over the coming weeks. Wish me luck!
Counting down to the opening of our Etsy Abandoned Prints shop next week… We are working hard to get everything ready. This week we’ll be featuring images that you will find in the Sequined Asphault Studio Etsy shop. Keep an eye out for some celebratory giveaways!
It’s November, and now that the leaves have passed peak, I’m sad that there aren’t any more impromptu colorful leaf photo shoots in my future. The weather in the northeast has been inconsistent at best with the temperature going down and way back up. I am ready for a chill. A change. A lead in to the holiday season. That’s exactly what I need to keep me motivated to continue transitioning back into my evolving work life. That and maybe some spiced cider…
Here’s a sneak peek at one of the featured prints going into my Etsy store. There is a little less time to blog this week because I’m trying to get everything up and running as soon as possible.
You can also take a sneak peek at my Sequined Asphault Studio Etsy shop page, and hopefully add it to your Etsy favorites! My listings are still in the draft stage and I’ll let you know when they are live, but if you’ve got any feedback on the shop page I’d love to hear it.
I can’t wait to toss out that ‘under construction’ sign and start sending prints out to you! I’m so excited I may be tempted to hand deliver them…
You’ve already seen the other side of this incredible, corten steel pool house with the green roof when you helped me choose the one representative shot for this project. Well, I am revisiting this shoot once again to cull the best images for a design competition entry.
I have a few more views and details to edit from the day, but we definitely need that image that just makes you want to stop everything and jump in. It’s a gorgeous and innovative structure by Beinfield Architecture, but it’s still a pool house.
So, pray tell, which one most makes you want to grab your swimsuit (or not, if you know what I mean) and be transported to this private haven?
I am a huge fan of pools. Huge. I’ve been enjoying ours tremendously. And I hope you, too, are enjoying your summer with a bit of fun and luxury.
If you’re new here, on Wednesdays I open up the comments for you to tell me which view from a recent photo shoot you prefer. And why. I love hearing what you have to say. You can peruse past Which One? features here.
If you are anywhere in the Northeast, I don’t have to tell you it is hot out there today. As much as I love being outdoors with my camera, I was glad to be out of the sweltering heat editing these photos at my comfy desk.
This incredible, drool-worthy, modern, steel, pool house would be a good place to be today though. We’ve got tons of amazing shots from the days we spent over there last week, but I could use some help deciding on the best rear view. So go to it people, leave a comment to let me know which one of these three views speaks to you the loudest.
I know you can’t see the gorgeous pool, but I’m saving those for later. Plus, I don’t want to torture you if you can’t get to a pool right now. I’m sweet like that.
And if you’re new to the blog and would like to check out other Which One? features, you can go here.