Looking back thru photos is how I remember places. They bring back such strong memories, and it makes me happy to be able to remember them more vividly thru photographs.
*In a Cloud of Color – Holi Festival // Spanish Fork, Utah*
My Favorites | 13 for 2013 (4 of 13)
How could a ‘Favorites of 2013’ collection be complete without a shot from the Holi Festival of Colors in Spanish Fork? It was a 100 mile an hour week long journey from Denver to Salt Lake City and back, with two extremely colorful days spent at the festival.
“If it excites you and scares the crap out of you at the same time, it probably means you should do it.” ~ Jack Cheng
Masked – Festival of Colors // Spanish Fork, Utah
A little ‘down’ time during the Festival of Colors, enjoying the atmosphere and listening to some amazing music. I believe this was during MC YOGI, who was one of my favorite artists of the entire weekend. There were a lot of these masks around, protecting all the festival goers of the copious amounts of color flying thru the air.
It’s been a while since I’ve been posting on here, and for good reason. I want to make sure the content that I bring you as readers is as good as it can be; not rushed/short changed photos and writings. I do hope that you’ve been following along on Facebook and Google+ for the updates, and some behind the scenes, but in case you haven’t, this week I’ll put up some of what I’ve been sharing over there.
The Holi Festival – Part 1
I’m calling this part 1 since I’ve got a pretty good handful of photos from the festival, and wanted to break it up in to two different posts.
I’ll be honest, Holi for photographers is like being a kid in a candy store. There are so many interesting and happy and fun loving people all in one place, all with one intention, to celebrate this wonderful festival in Spanish Fork, Utah. So every hour, there would be a countdown, and all at once everyone would jump up in the air and throw their color as wildly as possible. It was actually all very quick, so getting the perfect moment was a bit tricky. Luckily, there was pretty great backdrops on both sides, this one having the Krishna temple, and the other direction having white capped mountains.
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I’m convinced, she’s magic. It’s like a little sorcerers ball in the palm of her hand. Britta took a break from shooting for the day to do some tricks for me. 🙂
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