Sarah has a deep soul. An old soul. She is passionate about the environment, about safe and humane farming and food sourcing, and about helping people. I met her a few years ago, and she impressed me very much with her depth, her beauty, and her spirit.
Sarah is home working as an intern this summer, helping to campaign against the Right To Farm amendment here in Missouri. This deceptively-worded document does anything but help farmers and consumers, and has everything to do with money and big business. If you live in Missouri, please vote NO and help raise awareness in your constituency.
I think these pictures sum up how I see Sarah - grounded, majestic, yet ethereally beautiful. The final photo is my first attempt at a stitched vertical panorama using the Brenizer method. It is composed of 9 separate images, and took me four hours total to edit in Photoshop, but I was so excited by the results. I cannot wait to use this technique again. This overpass is one of the most beautiful I have seen - with its length and symmetry, it almost reminds me of the movie "Inception."
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