Remember Me In Golden Hour

Saturday, August 8, 2015

I've always thought of my memories in golden hour. For some reason I like to turn them into a nostalgic movie reel, where everything has a warming filter, there is some sort of Alexi Murdoch song playing, and my hair is always fabulous and in a slight breeze. This is the way I hope people remember me. I want to be remembered with the sun making my eyes shine and a smile on my face. I know we don't get to choose how people remember us, but that's how it would be if I had a say in the matter. I want it to be summer. I want to be blonde and in a red dress. I want a hat on my head. I want to be laughing so hard I can't breathe. 







::PHOTOS BY M::
ASIAN ICANDY DRESS :: CLAIRE'S HAT :: MAYBELLINE SUPER STAY 24 HOUR COLOR IN ALL DAY CHERRY

These are the last photos that Michael took of me. We were both in weird moods and didn't know where to shoot at. We ended up in a little patch of field next to some power line stuff. I love how these came out, even if we had a strange day. I wore this dress because we went to the museum and I thought it was weirdly appropriate. The trip wasn't that great. A storm was clearly brewing. So I think I need to wear this to another museum to give it some better memories. I think it's funny that this dress was on their site as the "childhood memories" dress. How appropriate, no?

4 comments:

  1. I love the fact that you mention Alexi Murdoch and associate him with Golden Hour because I always make the same connection in my head.
    Sending hugs and positive thoughts your way.

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    1. Yes! Ugh! His music is perfection! I am so happy you know who he is!!!
      ♡Mariah Alysz

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  2. I love golden hour! It always makes for some great photos. It's always weird how if you're taking photos and you're in a weird or and mood, you kinda remember that when you look back at them. I've definitely had some shoots where I have been in a weird mood!

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    1. Yes! Completely! I associate so many things with moments and moods, where it's almost a little too difficult to separate the two, or talk about something else in my post than how I was feeling at the time of the photo. Even if it's something silly, like being really bloated one day and then looking at the photos and being like "ugh...so bloated" even if it doesn't show. It is strange.
      ♡Mariah Alysz

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