This summer has been a delight so far. From beginning with the annual Florida family vacation to drinking copious amounts of iced coffee (I'm actually drinking some now), it has been soothing and sweet. It has also been a season of reflection and reinvention. A season to look at life and see it for all that it is. A time to take in the details; to write them in my mind and on memory card.
I like to think of photography as a way to visually document life. So here's a visual documentation of my summer so far. It began in Florida, where I spent two weeks with my family. The summer class (microeconomics) I'm taking began two days into the trip. Ten days after returning from vacation I went on a mission trip to Ensenada Mexico with my church. Following our return to the United States I celebrated the Fourth of July with my family (and spent a night catching fireflies in mason jars with my sisters). Other events in July have included numerous trips to the Warren (Wichita's beloved movie theater), taking the first series of my sister's senior photos, attending a lantern fest (AND pretending I was a Disney princess) with my dad and repainting my room. Other areas of delight and photography include letter-writing and fresh fruit. Without further ado, here are the photos, which are more enjoyable to look at than words.
S U M M E R S O M E T H I N G S