We are lucky enough to have friends that inspire us and encourage us to do the things we love. You would think doing what you love would be easy. However, I've noticed that the longer my to-do list gets the more I feel like I can't take a day off. Luckily, we have some awesome friends that plan awesome trips and let us tag along! As we've journeyed down this road of self-employment I have learned that there is actually a difference between work and play.
Let me clarify for those of you that think loving your job is easy. Loving your job is hard. You care. A lot. Loving your job means you work really hard. Because of this, there is actually still a difference between work and play. Even though we love our job, even though work is fun and enjoyable, there is a big difference between work and play. I agree with what Todd Henry says in Die Empty, "Instead of asking 'What would bring me enjoyment?' which is how many people think about following their passion, we should instead ask 'What work am I willing to suffer for today.' " More on this subject later this week. For now let's get to the photos!
We went to Yosemite this past weekend. Saw some friends, made some new ones, and did some trail running and rock climbing. If you are a runner or a climber you know this feeling of being willing to suffer for something you love. We didn't take our camera on our run or our climb, we decided we were off the clock. However, it is impossible for us not to take pictures. Especially in Yosemite. Especially when it's so beautiful. You have to love the iphone, it fits in your pocket! Enjoy these pocket photos from our trip! A little trail run near Irish Falls and climbing the Nutcracker.
Thanks so much for stopping by! We are Marc and Brenda Bergreen, a husband and wife adventure wedding photography team. We'll be sharing more about work vs. play and how we Love. Adventurously. later this week with another post about what's on our nightstand. In the meantime, check out some of our latest weddings, PhotoDates, portraits, or adventures.
See you soon,