This is a photo taken recently on a trip to Puerto Rico, and I just cannot believe how good it came out. I love rainbows but they’re devilishly hard to photograph, and I don’t think I’ve ever gotten a shot as good as this one. When I got home from my trip I actually gasped in amazement after I finally saw the full-sized image.
I’ve spent a lot of time gasping in amazement this week – as I mentioned last week we are doing a Kickstarter for my first film, a nature documentary about the southern Georgia Coast called At The Edge of The Sea, and I cannot believe how many people have opened up their hearts (and wallets!) to make donations for the project. We’re still a long way from funded, but we are only 33 dollars from hitting the 25% mark, which is a huge milestone. Amazing!
With that, I’d like to implore any fans of the Constant Holiday who’d love to see a film instead of just still images to mosey on over to www.kickstarter.com and make a donation if the spirit moves you. You can donate as little as a dollar, and for us every little bit helps – we (myself, Phillip Spears, our director, and Orlando Thompson our DP) are financing this project ourselves, so donations mean more to us than I can possibly say. Thank you, thank you, thank you to all the kind folks who’ve already donated, and to whoever will start their weekend by moving our film one step closer to reality. You really are the best.