This year I am officially celebrating the 10th year of Tauro Photography! O.M.G. that makes me feel proud (and just a little bit old)! And in the spirit of celebrating 10 years, I have decided to have some fun this year!
Now since its an anniversary, I decided to first google what the traditional anniversary gifts entail for a 10th…and I learned the traditional gift is something tin or aluminum…thats ”okay”. But the MODERN gift is diamond jewellery…so I am going with THAT one (and yes, I am aware I am not ACTUALLY married to my business, but I said I was planning to have fun with this and nothing says fun better to me than diamond jewellery…am I right?)
Just a taste of the amazing top 10 posts to come – first up, since Tauro Photography is 10 years old, I am going back in time to pull out my favourite top 10 images of those years. That was freaking HARD, but there are definitely some images that I am constantly going back to and whether its something about the subject, the composition or the emotion of the image (or even the story behind the image), they always resonate with me. I will feature 5 client images and 5 personal images, and I can’t wait to share those and tell you why they stand out for me.
I will have a whole bunch of Top 10 lists to share! I hope it will be fun AND informative.
How about some 10th anniversary giveaways…no, not diamond jewellery…seriously people! But I CAN giveaway some photography so lets do that – stay tuned for details!
And since my OFFICIAL start date of business is May 27, 2002, it stands to reason that should be a party day! More on that in May! (see how I keep putting you off with the “stay tuned” thing…that is called my “hook” to get you to keep coming back and checking in…no, I am not proud, especially if it works!)
For today, just a few images of a cutie in a tutu (I LOVE tutus…not sure why, but they are the girliest thing I am into…MAYBE I need one for my anniversary celebration – tutus for ALL!). I love that this young lady put on the tutu and immediately started hula dancing!! She is an interpretive dancer!! Love it!