The biggest blessing so far has definitely been the opportunities to shoot photos with so many skiers. From amateur skiers to top pro's it's been great. Even with the "cold" spells that we've had come through town, shooting skiers has been great.
To quote one skier, "it's so much fun shooting with you because you get so excited." That's the absolute truth. When I shoot and get something I love, it's so rewarding that I can't help but just be stoked. For me, it's more than just a photograph or a piece of eye candy. It's a dream. A dream that I had to see through a glass window during most of my college days. While I was in class, my friends were off shooting ski videos, blowing up their Instagram accounts with shots of glass water and traveling around the world chasing the sunshine.
So many times in life, we keep ourselves on the other side of the glass window. We see the life on the other side but do nothing about it. No doubt some things just don't work out. But is it better to fail at something that you don't love or to never go after something that you truly love?