May 21, 2014 • 2 Comments
Diane, a long-time friend, asked me about a month ago for permission to use some of my images for a project as she prepares to send her oldest daughter to college. We have worked together before, namely with the "Glimpse of Glory" blog that she writes, so I agreed.
Today, I got my first peek at the finished project, and I am speechless. I love it!
Screen-capture of one of the finished images
I'm always grateful (if not a tad bit vane) to see that someone appreciates the photos I have created, but I'm also incredibly proud to be able to collaborate with Diane once again and see it turn out so well.
As a side note, Diane also works with a fantastic organization called "Habitat for Hope" that serves families affected by childhood illness. Diane did not ask me to do this, but please go and check out the website. If you are so moved, Diane needs to raise funds to support the work that she does there, and could really use the help. Leave a comment or send me a message, and I'll gladly put you in contact with her to make that happen.
Thanks for looking,
Adam...you are so talented and I am grateful for your help on Hannah's graduation project. I wish you could see the end result, it is so stunning. Also, thank you for your shout out about Habitat for Hope. The volunteers of Habitat for Hope are amazing, working tirelessly to provide support to families whose child is experiencing serious or life-threatening illness.
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