A couple months ago, I shared some of the photos I’d been taking throughout the summer and posting to Instagram with the hashtag #stephlovessummer. When the seasons changed, I changed the tag to #stephlovesautumn and have been happily posting there ever since.
I’ve definitely been posting less over the last few months. As I mentioned in the last post, I’ve been trying to go for quality over quantity when it comes to posting my photos. I now no longer post anything taken on my iPhone, only “big camera” pictures. I tend to like those better.
I know it sounds like a bit of a strange thing to say, but I’m actually quite proud of my Instagram feed lately, and by extension of my photography. I love having the motivation to take the most beautiful photos that I can, and to be able to share that beauty with other people. Living in Korea has been amazing for many reasons, one of them being the absolutely stunning things I’ve been lucky enough to see. Korea has more than its share of natural beauty and I feel so excited to capture it on film and share when I can. (Well, not literally film, although I have been feeling a hankering to have a film camera after seeing the photo series from Tara and Elise. I’m thinking of offering to buy my Dad’s off him..haha.)
Safe to say, I am still absolutely loving taking and sharing photos. I don’t see that changing anytime soon, although I want to try to take more photos of people and food than I have been. When you have such beautiful outdoor subject matter, you forget about everything else. Stay tuned for Steph Loves Winter… (Spoiler Alert: Steph loves every season).
Ps. You can follow me on Instagram @lifeinlimboblog.