Photo By Holly

Today’s featured blogger is a women after my own heart.

I love photography and she is a fellow photo geek.

Say hello to Holly of Photo by Holly.

I am not the first person to fall in love with photography, and I will definitely not be the last…. I am just another “photo geek” in a world of art lovers. What makes me different?? Well… maybe nothing. I have developed a relatively new appreciation for the art form… just within the last couple years or so have I realized that there is a whole world out there to photograph, and I don’t just have to take pictures of my children (although I do still bug the heck out of them, always shoving the lens in their little faces… I can’t help it)! Photography is my sanity!!

Go show Holly some support and read these:

The Next Chapter

Quality Time

Autism Awareness Day, 2011

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About Tiffany

One of two behind The SITS Girls and Bloggy Boot Camp. Lover of college football, sushi and my son's freckles. I am a real life camp director, believer in possibility and devourer of books. You can find me on Google Plus {occasionally} at Tiffany Romero and tweeting {constantly} @TiffanyRom.
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  1. says

    I admire good photography. I’m looking forward to perusing your blog.

    I was hoping to share a page rather than a post. Looks like it won’t auto-show so I can choose it, so I’m pasting it here. Feel free to come by and read A Cop, A Cup and a Car – if you like embarrassing moments, this will have you glad you’re not me….well, you probably already are but that’s beside the point.

  2. says

    Happy SITS day, I am new blogger therefore new to photography. Pretty can learn a lot from your blog heading over there

  3. says

    I’m sure there are plenty of unique and wonderful things about you and your blog. Heading over to check them out! As a food geek, I have by default, become a photo geek. We’re all sisters!

  4. says

    There is something beautiful about seeing the world through the magic rectangle of our lens! When I discovered my love for photography I thought I had to come up with something that made me different, and then I realized it is all the little things that make up who we are as individuals… and that is the same with our art. So even if every human being loved photography, we would all still be unique in what we choose to photograph and how, etc. :)

    For example, I found out that even though I am a self-proclaimed nature lover (and fellow kid-bugger by the way, haha) somehow I discovered a fascination with old barns. I have found some really ancient (thus, gorgeous!) barns in my area and there is no end to the fun I have taking pictures of them. I’m excited to go check out your stuff! Thanks for the inspiration and nice to meet you!

  5. says

    Good for you, Holly! Taking pictures one snapshot at a time is better than being like me and taking none. I usually pay a professional to shoot my work, my parties, other wise it just doesn’t get done. So, I admire that quality in you.

    Happy SITS Day… and congratulations!

    PS Pardon the housekeeping. I’ve just begun a new website and blog redesign.