13 Lucky Days | Day 2: We Found a Feather


I'll take 13 photographs (or maybe a handful more) each day for 13 days and share them here. For me, shooting is about being present and passionate and grateful of even the smallest of details: a quirky pouted lip, the sweetest flyaway caught in someone's lipgloss. I'll also share a few words about each photo, a little story. And so, on to shooting for 13 days, on to sharing, on to feeling more present and thankful. These are lucky days indeed.

I'm glad you're here, and I hope you'll come back and see tomorrow's post...

DAY 2: We Found a Feather

We went on a walk today and found a feather. India said it was a hawk's feather, but I know better. We live 2 blocks from the Little Miami River in a close-knit village the neighbors are always comparing to Mayberry (admittedly, I think of it like this in my mind), and the river attracts vultures. Needless to say, we washed up after touching the feather, which seemed to carry more than a bit of magic for 4-year old India.