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Wednesday, December 14, 2011

In Her Shoes

I am not a photographer. I don't like photography. I think it's boring and bleak. Photography is a waste of time.

Yes, that's what photography was for me two months ago --- before it happened.

Photography, for me, is different now. Good different. :)

So, this is a teaser of the photo set I had for our Photography Course last semester. The next three paragraphs are the ones used as the description of my set. I'd like to keep the rest of the details under my hat first. :)


She dreamt. She was passionate and determined. She swore she would summon anything and everything just to reach that dream. She did everything --- but the universe conspired against her. She fell. She cried. But that’s over. Now, she’s fighting.

In Her Shoes is a story about a ballet dancer who dreamt of nothing but dancing her heart out. Circumstances might have caused her to consider bidding that dream goodbye but she fought --- and she is still fighting. Now, she is getting back on her feet, certain that no one will ever stop her from pursuing her dream of becoming a world-renowned ballerina.

The photos in this story show what it is like to be “In Her Shoes”. The photos show how a tormented soul gets back up to finally chase what she knows has always been her reason for existence. Determined and passionate, she is now ready to conquer the world.

In Her Shoes
Bea Evardone | Photography