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February 21, 2007

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deirdre

The Alchemist has been sitting on my "someday" book shelf for at least 5 years...

Your post just moved it to my bedside table.

Thanks for the inspiration!
DK

Kim Cherry

One of my favorite books...of all time, is The Travelers Gift by Andy Andrews. It's one of those change your entire perspective type of books. Such a quick read, and VERY worth it!! ;)
My other fav. is The Scarlet Letter by Hawthorne.

You inspire me so much! Love your photography and the yummy way you use color and pattern in your layouts. Thanks for inspiration! :)
Kim

danielle

I remember reading Communication Arts alot when I was in high school. Loved it and it was very inspiring to an aspiring artist!

I haven't read alot of books since high school and college really, just never really have the time and it's never really been a priority of mine, but one book that Ethan got me to read (he's an avid reader) is Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand. It totally sucked me in and it really made me THINK. And still to this day it makes me think about what *I* believe in, but mostly how the world affects my children - especially through education. And how I want my kids to view themselves and their achievements. It's an amazing book!

Shawnna / flipflopmom

OMGosh - that is an amazing photo -- brilliant WINGs -- wow

Brook Andreoli

Candice what a post! Thanks for the inspiration. I am in sore need of a bit of sun in February.
Your senior show is still so vivid to me. I was in awe. You truly are an artist. I would love to see you post the rest of your portratis--they are amazing!

elsie

this photo is amazing!

i still need to look at the hat book.. sounds like such a cool concept! :)

Kendra McCracken

Oh Candice! That photo is amazing! And film?!! Wow.

I must admit the only one of these books I've read is Pride and Prejudice. People like you who thrive on books fascinate me. I wish I made time to read more often.

Emily

Wow! You make me want to read the classics, buy Ingrid Michaelson's CD and take a few (or several) photogrpahy classes. Your blog is exquisite. Feel free to stop by mine--all I can do is write, so it's much less a sensory experience, but I like to think it's a good read :)

paolo liloc

It's been a while since I've visited your blog...awesome awesome photo. and oddly enough I've been thinking of doing fantasy style shoots with family members. the kind where each individual is living out a fantasized identity. We'll see my mind is racing now... Yes, and Paulo Coelho is very cool. Have you read his book: By the River Piedra I Sat Down and Wept? that is a really good one too. I haven't even read any of your more recent posts yet and am super excited to see what else you've got to share....Thanks for the inspiration...

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