When taking pictures like these, I’m rarely asked what I’m doing but frequently asked why. The thing about travel is that even the most ordinary things, like making lunch, can be so different.
(Jill took the last two of this set – she caught on to this concept before I did! In fact, looking at her pictures from the trip, sometimes from the same events, helped me realize what I was missing.)
The outcome is the same – good food with friends and family, a priceless currency any time and any where.
But remembering the process, being able to show it rather than just describe it, makes memory that much sweeter.
The last set of pictures for today are from a clothing shop where pieces, from piece cutting to decorative stitching, are made on site.
I learned so much from this trip, and “process pictures” were a tiny but important part. They help me remember what I experienced, and tell the stories to others.
Oh, and before I forget – a process video, my first