Lisa R. Howeler

Freelance Writer & Photographer

It’s been a weird month of broken computers and almost losing photos and reavaluating the role of photography in my life and sick children. In other words, it’s been nuts and also fun.  Instead of words I think I’ll show you in photos what the lasts month has been like. Lost from these photos are the photos of winter coming back. Why didn’t I document winter returning? Because I’m sick of our weird weather and just want spring to come back and stay so I’m in denial about the whole snowing thing that’s been going on.

This is part of the 10 on 10 blog circle with a group of other photographers. Please visit Lenkaland next!

 

 

 

 

9 thoughts on “10 on 10 April | Owego, N.Y. Photographer

  1. Looks like you have made the best of it even with the cold returning! I especially love your use of light and shadows in some of these! ️Beautiful!

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    1. Lisa Howeler says:

      Thank you, Laurie!

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  2. Katie Brenkert says:

    wow Lisa- you found some dramatic light this month! So sorry about your computer. 😦

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    1. Lisa Howeler says:

      thank you! I was able to get a replacement, but I loved that computer. 😦

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  3. Carey Pace says:

    Love the unusual silhouettes. You know I ADORE that black and white bubble image. And the next to last image where you shot up?? LOVE that. Reminds me of our life an playing with my kids. Fantastic.

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    1. Lisa Howeler says:

      Thank you. I have a whole set with the cross but haven’t done much with them yet…

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  4. Heather Eijzenga says:

    Such a beautiful use of light! The shot or your daughter with the orange – just wow! And the bubbles and the hair – a great set!

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    1. Lisa Howeler says:

      Thank you, Heather!

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  5. Evelyne Lourenco says:

    Lisa I’ve already mentioned about the first photo before and I still ADORE that one. And I have just found a second favorite. The last one here, I just adore her little face and hands opening up the fruit and the black lit drops. It looks delicious, you told the story so well with great timing here.

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