Day in the Life – May 2021

In observing the beauty that exists in the here and now, we can find the extraordinary revealed within the ordinary. We invite you to see our community with fresh eyes through the lens of one of our talented photographers.

Isabelle recalls that she was in Lecanto photographing a business for the family of her dear friend Stephanie Giera, who was there with her children Hazel and Wren, when she captured this spontaneous image.

“We were just walking around and she said there’s this really cool old house at the end of the property that’s abandoned. I asked her to sit down with her kids. They were a little bit restless and were climbing all over her. I just started taking some pictures. I always try, with all of my photography, to get those in between moments—the part you don’t really see too much or try and hide. Sometimes it is pretty unkempt. Kids need a little reprieve from some structure, so any time you can give them a little break it’s helpful.”

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