every morn and eve


When I realized that I was forgetting the small, colorful details of my day to day life I started a blog, so I can keep all my memories safe.

Photography is recent passion, born as a consequence of my blog. my photos live here.

the equipment:

Nikon D80.
AF-S DX Zoom-NIKKOR 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6G IF-ED.
AF Nikkor 50mm f/1.8D.
Nikon Series E 100mm f/2.8.
Du Jur 28mm f/2.8.
Lensbaby 2.0.
Polaroid Colorpack II.

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  1. Q said, on July 1, 2008 at 4:59 am

    hi amy,
    i know we don’t know each other… but leila’s blog- during the fast- blah blah blah- check often- etc.

    in any case: i do love it.

    i use a lot of photography on my own blog, just… things i like, things that impress me, sometimes things that relate to the text, and so on. I’ve used on of your recent images that i found… so wonderful (well done btw!).

    i’m sorry to have presumed, but i wanted you to see it first, and see what i’ve done with it (all photos are credited, and have a hyperlink back to the source website (as is the case here).

    if you are not pleased with what i have done, please let me know! i’ll remove it immediately.

    thanks and… hope all’s well in NY.

  2. Q said, on August 27, 2008 at 2:57 am

    can i use that blue from 17th of august pic on my blog?
    (i’ll credit you etc. i just don’t want you to be surprised when you see it there…
    actually, wait, i’ll use it, then if you don’t like what i’ve done with it, just tell me and i’ll take it off? is that ok? i won’t be upset or anything, it’ll be totally cool if you’re uncomfortable with it)


  3. Katherine (Kathie) Ann Fiero said, on March 3, 2009 at 2:28 pm

    Hi Amy! Alláh’u’Abhá!

    I’m Alison Bird’s and Marta Blyth’s mom, and after Alison sent me the link to your project today, and after I watched my son-in-law, Philip Blyth, doing work on his contribution to this while visiting them in february, I just wanted to let you know what a marvelous and beautiful
    project you have going. I’m quite impressed with the photography that each
    one contributes-the colors! the forms! the places! and all in accompaniament with
    the beautiful Bahai Writings. I will certainly share this link with my friends here in
    If you are interested in knowing other Bahai photographers, let me know. And if
    you’d like some harp music to go along with your project, also let me know.
    My sincere Congratulations to you and Leila!! and to all the other artists who are
    displaying their work! It’s also fun to see some of my family’s contributions!
    My loving Bahai greetings, Katherine

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