Amanda Cashin Photography | Blog

Welcome to my blog! Here I will share some of my favorite photos with stories about what they mean to me.  I will also occasionally share some stories that may not be directly connected to my photography, but that I hope you will find interesting none the less. Enjoy! 

Finishing Touches, and Grateful Hearts

February 11, 2018  •  2 Comments
Standing in a small wood working shed, surrounded by the sweet smell of sawdust, I look down and see old floor boards speckled with a rainbow of paint colors. Splashed on the floor in the final stages of lawn chair build, after lawn chair build. The final touches, and unexpected and welcomed art. The floor is in a workshop in Martin’s River, Nova...
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Dusting off my blog.....

January 04, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
I think it is time to dust off my blog and make a habit of writing more. Step one: this sentence. Oooh… that was a little harder than I though it would be. For whatever reason I have been reluctant to sit down and write, but I think of it often and I really miss the process. So, here it goes. In the past I wrote about things that were connected t...
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Promote and Encourage

June 30, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
If you love an artist’s work, or a photographer inspires you – help promote and encourage that person. Please don’t steal from them. Recently, I discovered that one of my images is being used by other people. Surely many more of my images are being used without my permission, I am just unaware of it. That is the price I pay I guess, to promote my w...
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I Love Real Trees

November 21, 2014  •  3 Comments
If I even think about a Balsam Fir I can almost smell it. Of all the smells in nature, isn’t it just about one of the best ones? It's a pretty fantastic reason to choose a real tree over artificial during the holidays! But, there are many, many more reasons why I choose to have a real tree at Christmas. I love nature, and I love tradition. I remem...
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Welcome To The Neighborhood

October 25, 2014  •  2 Comments
The gravel path is lined with sand dunes – bumps of sand covered in tall skinny grass. I am comforted to know the ocean is just on the other side of the dunes. I can’t see it but I can surely hear it. At times I hear a thud like that of a bass drum as a wave crashes on the rocks. After an hour of walking I meet only one other person and on my way b...
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