Christina Heaston

Robert + Ana

Posted in Uncategorized by christinaheaston on July 30, 2009

Robert and Ana worked together.
Robert saw Ana.
Robert liked Ana.
Robert said hello to Ana.
Ana didn’t speak English.
Robert learned Spanish.
Robert and Ana fell in love.

Robert and Ana are my favorite love story as of late and I really enjoyed photographing their wedding.

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I guess in one way or another, we all speak a different language.  While it’s nice to find someone who understands your own-I think it might be a little more romantic to meet someone who is not only willing-but eager to learn yours.

But hey, what do I know about languages?

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I will show you.

Posted in Uncategorized by christinaheaston on July 27, 2009

Something about Sunday afternoon makes you see colors differently.
Each one takes on a new and strange meaning-just like you promised.
I love this day.

polostrip

I miss my sisters.

Posted in Uncategorized by christinaheaston on July 23, 2009

Two of which are in Nashville without me.
They seem to be having a nice time:

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I’m really anxious for the weekend!

I’m going to see the fam tomorrow. I miss them so much!
On Saturday I’m photographing a wedding with this guy. Should be interesting!
My best is coming to visit on Sunday and I have such big wild expansive adventures planned for us.

hallelujah.

Fishing.

Posted in Uncategorized by christinaheaston on July 22, 2009

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I’m working late.

Posted in Uncategorized by christinaheaston on July 21, 2009

I guess someone is having a meeting or something in the building-I don’t know, but there are kids in the hallway playing and one little boy just told this girl:

“There are no girls allowed in this church.”

It made me laugh. Kids are fun.

Today.

Posted in Uncategorized by christinaheaston on July 21, 2009

“Do not hide your light, your divine creative powers, under a bushel and thus allow human creativity to be manipulated and misused by forces of war making, destruction, pessimism, and bureaucracy. Find the creative person, the ‘I am,’ the divine child at play and at generativity in yourself. Give birth to yourself – your lifestyles, your relationships, your learning, your sexuality, your joys, your healing, your work – and build up in one another the same courage to create. Enter the great power of the universe, a power of constant generativity and do not be afraid. For I am with you always when you are creating. I, too, am a Creator, sometimes called the Creator. But in fact I ask you to be my companions, to share the birthing of images with me, to be my co-creators. Do not bore me by refusing. Do not scandalize me by saying ‘I can’t.’ Do not oppress Mother Earth and her future by refusing to create and co-create. Come, play with me. Let us create together.” – Matthew Fox

It’s no longer superfluous.

Posted in Uncategorized by christinaheaston on July 20, 2009

Or is it?

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*Mikes apt.

This was our life for a minute:

Posted in Uncategorized by christinaheaston on July 20, 2009

Hello,  Charleston.

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and now it’s Monday.

I am in love.

Posted in Uncategorized by christinaheaston on July 16, 2009

with ideas. with photos. with stop-motion. with time. with people.

with Olympus’s new ad:

home.

Posted in Uncategorized by christinaheaston on July 15, 2009

it can mean so many things.

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