Today I decided to blog about my twin sister and I. We turned 60 recently and it's astounding how quickly the time has gone by. Not trying to sound sentimental here, just stating a feeling. A feeling of gratitude that we have made it this far together along with so many family and friends in our lives. Others are not so lucky. Instead of pushing up daisies, I'm planting them!
This image was captured on a recent trip to Tofino as a celebratory trip for our 60th. I'm camera left, Nell is camera right. The leading up to the shot photos are fairly mundane, both of us mugging at the camera, but it is this one I chose from the ones my brother-in-law took with my camera. He got the moment I wanted.
As kids, we didn't fight all that much, probably because I was so easy going. Haha. In high school, we'd fight over clothes. She'd steal mine before I got up for Block B. Now we trade back and forth with glee.
Above, Nell and Ken and Webbie walking on MacKenzie Beach near sunset. My favourite shot of them from the whole trip. Webbie is 12 now, so slow strolls on the beach are really good for him. Although he was pretty fast during the day, chasing dog-friends, playing in the water and going for rides in the truck. He wouldn't miss anything that involved being with family.
Getting together with my sister who lives on Vancouver Island gave me time to think about how I wanted to continue working on my Sisters Project I started last year. I've decided to make a few changes and will be looking for more amazing sisters that want to see themselves in print. Even if it is just a simple folio with a two or three images, or a complete album that documents the stage they are at in their lives. If they want more than digital files on their cell phones, then I'm here for them. So if you know any wonderful ladies who might love this, please refer them to my Sisters Project. (see link below).
“Print allows me the opportunity to connect with my clients, give them better service, more than what they might be used to, by way of in-person sales. I show my clients the quality and value in the lasting impression printed products and albums give. If you want to feel cared for, and be able to pass down something exquisite to future generations, then invest in quality print products. I believe my clients truly deserve the best. That’s why I choose quality professional labs to create products for you and why I even guarantee my work.” ~ Terrill
Terrill Bodner, MPA is an Accredited Professional Photographer living in Prince George, BC, specializing in Family Portraiture, Lifestyle, Headshots, Real Estate and Fine Art photography. Terrill is a member of Professional Photographers of Canada, accredited in Fine Art/Photo Decor, Animals, Wildlife, Nature, Ornithology/Bird, Botanical, Pictorial/Scenic, Travel Illustration, and Night Photography and holds the designation of Master of Photographic Arts from Professional Photographers of Canada.