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Angie Rayfield

Photos by AngieR

Overland Park, KS

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I don't remember a time when I wasn't the person that always had a camera, although hopefully I've come a long way from the Pocket Instamatic days. But though the equipment has improved, the purpose remains the same. I want to take pictures that make you say, "Oh, do you remember...?" and share stories with your friends and family. The pictures that make you smile or laugh or cry, or maybe just stop and enjoy.

Many people are quick to dismiss a picture as 'just a snapshot,' as somehow not worthy of merit. It's not meaningful. It's not artistic. I don't quite agree with that philosophy, although certainly there are good snapshots and bad ones. But have you ever noticed how many people save pictures that are technically just awful? Out of focus. Under or over exposed. Heads cut off. Why do they do it?

Because they're not saving art. They're saving a small piece of life, a moment in time.

 

 

Reels by Angie Rayfield

 

The Reel Thing by Angie Rayfield

 

The Reel Thing by Angie Rayfield

 

Reels by Angie Rayfield

 

Union Station Celebrates the Royals by Angie Rayfield

 

Tom's Tires by Angie Rayfield

 

Magnolias by Angie Rayfield

 

Fenced In or Fenced Out by Angie Rayfield

 

The Liberty Memorial at Night by Angie Rayfield

 

Believe by Angie Rayfield

 

City Love by Angie Rayfield

 

The Boulevard deck by Angie Rayfield

 

Christmas Tree by Angie Rayfield

 

Christmas 2 by Angie Rayfield

 

Christmas 1 by Angie Rayfield

 

Magnolias by Angie Rayfield

 

Magnolias by Angie Rayfield

 

Memorial Steps by Angie Rayfield

 

Evening at the Memorial by Angie Rayfield

 

Union Station Sunset by Angie Rayfield

 

From the Summit Street Bridge by Angie Rayfield

 

Lonely Walk by Angie Rayfield

 

Lovely by Angie Rayfield

 

Sunset from Liberty Memorial by Angie Rayfield

 

The Liberty Memorial Sphinx by Angie Rayfield

 

Holding Tanks by Angie Rayfield

 

Boulevard Lights Up The Night by Angie Rayfield