MONA: The Museum of New and Old Art is a bizarre spectacle well worth the visit. Greeted by strings of mama chickens and toddling chicks, a vineyard, and strange birds I'd never seen before (which I now know are called Guinea Folws), I was delighted. Only five minutes and without even entering the museum, and MONA had already confounded my expectations of museums. But that was only the beginning.
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When I first planned out this client shoot I was nervous and honestly a little reluctant. My previous shoot had been stressful, but successful. Even so, I wanted this shoot to be smooth and effortless on top of being successful. I do not believe that work has to be hard or strenuous. In pursuit of my goal, I went out early one morning to scout my location, make sure the light was workable and the space was photo friendly. While I was in the canyon, a sense of pure peace and vibrant life over took me. The quiet of the space, the golden ocean of grass, the sentry mountains watching over me; it all washed over me and swept away my worries.