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  • Hello Beautiful!

    I'm Sarajane and I'm a blogger and photographer based in Asheville, NC!

    On this blog you can find stories from my life, thoughts on the world, and photographs of beautiful people.

    I believe that everyone has a beauty that is unique to them. It's something that we're all unaware of and usually the thing that shows up when you don't realize anyone is watching. It's my pleasure to customize every session to suit the person in front of my camera. Ultimately bringing out that spark that you don't even realize is there!

    Now, grab a cup of coffee {or tea}, sit down, and peruse the images of some people that I adore, read a bit about my life and the heart of what I do!

    Be sure to leave a comment or two and let me know you were here!

    xoxo,
    Sarajane.

Instead, I wrote this…

I was going to write a blog about using the word, “cute.”
How I dislike it.
How I think we use it to replace better, more meaningful words.
Words like: intelligent, strong, beautiful, charismatic, charming, well put-together, etc.

I was going to write a blog about using the word, “cute.”

But, I think you get the gist of it.

Instead, I wrote this…

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Raindrops and Tendrils.

I’m not sure when I stopped minding to get caught in the rain.
The stress over my hair getting messed up and the bottoms of my pants getting soggy transitioned to pointing my face to the sky and feeling the drops on my skin.

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Donna Dobbins McCall - October 13, 2014 - 1:14 pm

I couldn’t have said it better…I am learning this from my daughter. I am feeling more free to be myself than ever before.

Thursday Morning.

I sat, both finite and infinite.
Feeling the limitations of my bones as my soul stretched out from me like a net.

Creation flowing like rich molasses from the veins of my transcendental heart.
Believing this world to be more than rocks and water, I will walk both hard footed on the ground
and dance tiptoed on the altar.

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with love,

Sarajane.

October.

Well, hello there.
We meet again.

It is about that time for me to talk about monthly resolutions.

If you are new to the blog and don’t know what on earth I am talking about check out this post.

For the month of September I resolved to accomplish one large task everyday.
That went just fine and though I do feel like there is a never-ending task list that I hoped to complete, I still feel like putting that as my focus has helped me to really dive head first into it all.
It may not be a possibility for me to be 100% finished with it, but, I do feel like I’ve made great systems this month to manage my new work life.

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Yesterday.

He talked to me over Indian food.
Speaking of freedom and how we find it when we learn to be all of ourselves.
Living out loud in a way that makes you feel invincible.

We giggled over bourbon and she told me I deserved to feel.
That I owed it to myself to explore all of the depths of emotion available to me.

I sat with myself over coffee.
Teetering on the edge of letting go and remaining contained,
In an instant I became aware that the depths of life that will be missed without exploring are far greater than the possible despair I could find by trying.

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with love and feeling,
Sarajane.

Katie Ringley - October 6, 2014 - 2:48 pm

I’m loving the blogs this week love! :)

Donna Dobbins McCall - October 6, 2014 - 3:24 pm

Absolutely ! Without sorrow or heartache , how could we possibly recognize joy?

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