30 Days of Bountiful Beauty
Fall is a 30 day (actually 31 day!) photography
project, intended to encourage and inspire you
to celebrate the season of gratitude with an
open heart and a poised lens.
photography to picture the world around us,
can give us a fresh perspective in more ways
than one. Quite often, a change in seasons can
do the same thing. With the arrival of fall,
we set our sights on all that we are grateful
for and focus on a multitude of life's blessings.
What could possibly be a better use of our energy
than to point our lenses toward the harvest
of all the goodness this season offers?
a new greeting in your inbox each morning, your
challenge will be to "picture" your
world through bright eyes and a willing spirit.
Just like with the turning of the seasons, you'll
find that even through subtle changes, amazing
transformations can occur right before your
the days are growing shorter (and cooler), there
is still plenty of light to capture the images
that this season was made for! With a perfect
balance of both the inward and outward focus,
you will discover a bounty of beauty to warmly
inspire your creative spirit.
to know more? Listen to Tracey's audio here:
a passion for capturing the beauty of
everyday life in pictures and an unbridled
enthusiasm for sharing her musings with
the masses, Tracey Clark keeps a camera
in one hand and a laptop in the other.
Beyond a career in photography, her published
motherhood journals ("Waiting
for Baby" and "Baby
of Mine") and raising two spirited
daughters, she also writes for a variety
of publications and websites and blogs
about her creative life at traceyclark.com.
is the founder of Shutter
Sisters, a collaborative photo blog
and thriving community of female photo
enthusiasts. She is proud to be adding
another published book to her list with
a Shutter Sisters Guide to Photography
due out in Fall 2010. She loves nothing
more than sharing her passion, know-how
and photo-philosophies at conferences,
events, gatherings and in classes like
the Picture Series here at Big Picture