“Darkness cannot drive out darkness. Only light can do that.” ~ Martin Luther King Jr.
Let’s share some light this weekend!
Join me and several other Georgia Nature Photographers Association friends of mine at the opening reception for the Southeastern Photographic Society’s “Life & Times: A Celebration of Light” exhibit.
We’ll be at Emory Hospital Midtown from 2-4 on Sunday, enjoying beautiful images and wonderful artists. For more information, visit the SPS meetup page: https://www.meetup.com/SPS-Meetup/events/264698012/ . The images will be exhibited for a year, through September 2020.
It’s an opportunity to love beautiful things and talented people and time enjoying each other. These days, we need as much of that as we can get, right? So join us in the magic this Sunday.
This Atlanta Celebrates Photography exhibit will be hung for a year. Having two of my favorite recent captures be exhibited in another healing space is a step further into “the dream” for me. An opportunity to reach out and comfort and inspire. A blessing.
I almost didn’t submit to be considered for this exhibit. It’s the most competitive one yet that I’ve attempted, and I admire so many of the other photographers I’ll be shown with. It’s another “not” nature exhibition, too. And what would “a celebration of light” mean to the judge?
But I took a chance. What did I have to lose?
What does light and life mean to me? How could I convey that to someone else through my photography? I SO wanted the chance to do that.
It was a wonderful challenge. Another risk I’m thrilled that I took.
I hope you do the same, the next time you are gifted with the opportunity to shine!