Monthly Archives: December 2012

your absence has gone through me like thread through a needle. everything I do is stitched with its color. – w.s.merwin we wake to dreaming as parents. there is peace, there is wonder and work, there is a sense of the symbolic, the watching ourselves from above, the fear and twists that encircle us without […]

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  • Popster - Amy, thank you for giving us this beautiful and very moving prayer… PopsterReplyCancel

  • Ginger Unzueta - beautiful amy. lovely words during such a hard time to understand and live …xoReplyCancel

  • Jaime lackey - Your words never cease to amaze me. Even when your words are not written I can hear them In your images.
    Thank you.ReplyCancel

  • Sandra Coan - Amy, thank you so much for this. So beautiful, and so true. “my kids are your kids. their kids are our kids.”… amen.ReplyCancel

‘here a kind of singing, and there a kind of rejoicing, and locked up in the scholars’ books there is a time for dancing when the secretaries have changed their frocks and though it is not yet evening, there is a persistence of song.’ – howard moss i have always been hard on myself. it […]

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  • Becky Earl - Oh Amy. These are divine. You capture the real moments of life so beautifully. That shot of your girl playing in the water brought tears to my eyes. I could feel her joy and excitement. That right there is what photography should do. Make you feel something. You do that for me with each and every image you take.ReplyCancel

  • suzanne - beautiful amy xoReplyCancel

  • Monika EIsenbart - Amy I always enjoy so much your weekly posts here on Little Bellows. Beautiful images showing great moments from your life.ReplyCancel

i embrace emerging experience. i participate in discovery. i am a butterfly. i am not a butterfly collector. i want the experience of the butterfly. – william stafford   the feeling of a memory. the more i let my mind and heart wander, the busier we get, the less time we are able to be […]

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  • Ginger Unzueta - amy, as always i loved your post today but realness is the beauty of this art to me so your words touched me. it doesn’t matter what they wear or don’ they act or don’t. what matters is that they are who they are, and that we capture that true essence so they can remember it one day. beautiful!!ReplyCancel

  • Kirsty - Love these images and Amy’s approach to photography so much – she always has such wise wordsReplyCancel

  • Life with Kaishon - Amen! I am right there with you. Love these pictures so.ReplyCancel

  • Kelsea - Amy’s images and words are gorgeous — I could not love them more.ReplyCancel