Emergency Code

Emergency Code

f/1.8, 1/320, ISO-1000, 85mm

It’s been a rough few months at the VJPhotos household. medical problems with the family have redirected my priorities away from blogging. I haven’t forgotten about this bog or my wonderful readers. But I just haven’t had the time to devote serious attention to this. I’ve also been busy with photography work that is actually paying me a few dollars here and there, but I haven’t really taken photos just for myself in a long, long time.

This is an image I captured during one of my long visiting stays in the hospital a month or so ago, doing my best to comfort the most beloved person in my life. She is improving but it’s a slow road and I keep looking out the window thinking “Maybe when the snow is gone.”

Please bear with me. I’ll be contributing as often as I can. In the meantime, I hope this image inspires viewers to find photographs in the unlikeliest of places.

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5 Comments

  1. photosfromtheloonybin March 11, 2014 at 10:41 am #

    Sending positive, healing thoughts fir everyone. Don’t worry about us – we will be here waiting whenever life calms down for you :).

  2. photosfromtheloonybin March 11, 2014 at 10:41 am #

    Sending positive, healing thoughts fir everyone. Don’t worry about us – we will be here waiting whenever life calms down for you :).

  3. Cardinal Guzman March 11, 2014 at 10:53 am #

    Best of luck with both the health and the photography. Like someone wrote me once: “Sometimes life takes over”.

  4. Cardinal Guzman March 11, 2014 at 10:53 am #

    Best of luck with both the health and the photography. Like someone wrote me once: “Sometimes life takes over”.

  5. josh meier March 14, 2014 at 12:10 am #

    Must be something in the air this year with us Eastern Iowa photographers (I’ve spent quite a bit of time bedside with family members lately as well…) Focus on where you’re needed and keep your spirits up. The rest of us will still be here, and always eager to see your work when you have the time to share.