I grew up calling it "Indian Summer" - an unseasonably warm day in autumn. As a little girl growing up in Northern Michigan, these serendipitous warm days were my favorite part of fall and were the backdrop of many of favorite memories. These days were unexpected gifts at a time of year that is notoriously windy and chilly. As a child, Indian Summer was an excuse for me to wear shorts one more time before they were packed away for winter. As an adult, Indian summer motivates me to take my own personal photos during a busy client season. For me, these days are about carving out a little time to put those I love most in my camera frame and to be mindful of the way the light dances around their childhood.
Next up on our blog circle this month is Kuala Lumpur photographer, Min Mohd.