The best and the worst part about working for myself is that I am entirely in charge of my own destiny. I wouldn't have it any other way, but after many years of working for others I am still learning to structure my days. Since I brought many dreams with me when I first came to the mountains, I'm still trying to find time for all of them.
Small town life required some changes for me. I'm analytical by nature and am quite happy in my own company. In a city, we can be just faces in a crowd, but in a small town there are no strangers. I like the change, but I have to admit that it does require some adjustment!
Photography seems to come naturally for me. I never tire of it, and will never run out of subjects here in the Rockies. Running a business, however, involves a learning curve. Marketing is a somewhat foreign, almost distasteful topic, but I have to master it if I am going to be able to continue to work in photography for many years to come. On that subject, I'm pleased to announce that I'll have gallery space for the first time this year! I feel like I'm fumbling in the dark but this year will bring useful learning experiences.
Everything is flourishing in the mountains, and if the high elevation snow has melted enough I'll be spending a lot of time hiking over the next few weeks. I hope to be able to bring you some great new images. If you've been considering making a purchase from FTHC
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