Monday, June 28, 2010

Kaylee Jo

My youngest niece. She's growing up so fast! The license plate on the bike says it all "SPOILED!" But she sure can be SWEET.

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

The Beauty of Light

This is a picture that I took back in my first semester of photography school. Not very many people have seen it because it never made the cut for my portfolio. But I still like to look at it and admire the light that is on the dam. Hope you enjoy it as much as I do! This photo was taken with a medium format camera on TMAX 100 film.

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Photo Safari!!!

Today I was able to get out and actually take some pictures for fun! I had a great time with my friend Alice who is also a photography student. Hope you enjoy the images!

Perhaps the coolest birdhouse I've ever seen!

Sunflowers Make me HAPPY!

Portrait of Alice in the Sunset Glow :)

Thursday, June 17, 2010

Macular Dystrophy

Macular dystrophy is a rare genetic eye disorder that affects the central part of the retina. The macula is where we have our key central vision. So this is how we read, drive, etc. Those with macualr dystrophy have trouble doing these things becuase of this vision impairment.

This is a photo of a patients left eye that has macular dystrophy.

Friday, June 11, 2010

Prom 2010

Here are some pictures that I took for my "little sisters" first prom. Love you Hannah! So proud of you. Hope you like the pictures!

The Proud Parents

Some of the girls

Heather and Hannah


Thursday, June 10, 2010

Freckle of the Eye

This week at Wake Forest University Eye Center I was able to photograph a retina that had a nevus! Nevus is a medical term for freckle. This photo is acutually a montage of several differnt frames to allow the whole nevus to be seen. This particular patient had a nevus in the right eye by the optic nerve. Hope you enjoy!

Friday, June 4, 2010

It's Been to Long!

Hey everyone! Sorry it's been so long since I've made a post. But no worries......I will be posting some portriats of my two beutiful neices soon along with some prom pictures that I took for Hannah Sheffield.

Here are some more fundus photos. I actually didn't take these! These two fundus photos are of both of my eyes that David Miller, my suprevisor at Wake Forest University Eye Center took! Hope you enjoy. They are a little dark around the edges because my eyes weren't dialated. The first one is of my right (OD) eye and the second is of the left (OS).