The Ridler sisters, Suzie, Jamie and Shannon, discuss their creative projects, from challenges to celebrations, and support each other's creative lives.

Sunday, September 22, 2013

Rewind: September 22, 2013


It would be hilarious to create a collection of photos in which we all were taking photos! There would be a million of them. I've been wanting to make these again for quite some time! I think I'm putting them on the list for next Easter for sure!


I took this photo down at the South Shore when Jamie and Justin came to visit a while ago. We are starting to approach the spooky time of year which I normally look forward to but this year is coming way too quickly. The only good thing about it is soon life will hopefully calm down a bit. Been running the health gauntlet lately.


Jamie Ridler Studios said...

I love that picture, Suzie. It was such an amazing moment to see this spooky sculpture at the side of the road. I love that we're the kind of people who would stop, get out of the car and start taking pictures!

Jamie Ridler Studios said...

I hope things settle down soon, Suzie. You really need a break and a breather.

Shannon said...

Pictures of picture taking! Haha...and notice the smiles, I think we all know we being photographed at the moment! This was such a fun day Jamie, and I look forward to making pidag again! (I know that's not the right spelling).

Awesome scarecrow picture Suzie! I can totally feel the spooky season upon as and it does feel like it's arrived early - but maybe that just means it will last longer!

I love how technically, these are both 'holiday photo's'; lol!

Suzie Ridler said...

Love all the photo-taking-love going on in that image Jamie! It was such a fun day, it's true Shannon.

You know I think that's the only time I have ever seen something quite that wild and beautiful (creatively speaking) here Jamie. So glad we stopped and took fun photos.

Lasting longer sounds good Shannon and you're right, they are holiday photos!

Thanks. I am hoping things calm down after this week. It's been rough.