Beauty Beyond

So I don't want to make it seem that my blog is going to be down and sad all the time and this one could come off that way. I want you to truly realize that it isn't that way. The situation itself sucks but what i am trying to get across is how you can take something so bad and make it beautiful.

The 30 second backstory is that my mom has brain cancer and got pneumonia and was hospitalized for about a week. My dad and I took turns staying at the hospital with her. I had a lot of time where she was asleep and I wanted to show people the way I saw my mom. Not the person that was there lying in the bed.

I hadn't brought my camera to the hospital and only had my phone but I think that was all that the situation really needed. I truly feel that if you are a good or great photographer then all you need is something that captures light and you can create art.

There isn't much to say about the work, most of what was going on with her was that she getting a lot of IV treatments. I hope that my vision for doing this came though.

Hardships often prepare ordinary people for an extraordinary destiny
— C.S. Lewis

I have to be honest. I have never looked at these on a screen larger than my phone. I think that they still do what i wanted them to do but it does hit me harder seeing them at this size. I hope that you enjoy.