amazing sunset at Fort Fisher. There is and was such a large part of me
that wishes I would have simply set quietly and laid my camera beside me to
fully capture that sunset. The more time I spent behind my camera
capturing special moments of my daughter, the more I realized I was missing
them too. We get lost behind the camera and somewhat disconnected of the
reality around us. It's an escape from reality and the reality is life
isn't a snapshot, or is it?
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