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 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

35mm film.

This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.

Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval. 

I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone truly cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.  

So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.

 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.
 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.
 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.
 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.
 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.
 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.
 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.
 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.
 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.
 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.
 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.
 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.
 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.
 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.
 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.
 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.
 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.
 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.
 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.
 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.
 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.
 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.
 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.
 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.
 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.
 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.
 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.
 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.
 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.
 35mm film.  This is a photograph series that has been especially dear to my heart, possibly the one that has been the most important to me.  Even though the photographs didn't all turn out the way I wanted to (the development process went a little rough), I still wanted to post the ones that turned out pretty good (at least speaking simply of aesthetics). If you are one of the 6 that aren't here out of the 36 on the roll of film, I apologize, and I still love you very much.  Essentially, we as humans all desire approval.  We desire it so deeply that we will go to great lengths to receive it.  It is even a biological need to belong to others. Even introverts desire human interaction.  Just to look at others. Smile. Approval.   I wanted to capture that moment that we all desire.  That moment when we realize that someone  truly  cares for us, loves us, accepts us.  When someone likes us.  So I told my friends why I love them.  Genuine words of the reasons that I care about them, and simply that I love them and am thankful for them.  And this is true, I care so very much about these people.    So here are the reactions. The awkward moments, the faces of when someone realizes or remembers that they are cared for.  God has blessed me, I must bless others.