Saturday, December 31, 2016

Just under 2 years ago, I decided to permanently leave an industry that I enjoyed & envisioned doing until retirement. Perhaps it was the comfort of being in an industry for more than 11 years that scared to BeJesus out of me to take on a new challenge. _ Despite it only being my 2nd year in business, 2016 was a turning point in my new career as a Photographer. _ You see, before it became a business, Photography was a hobby AND an outlet for me. I never imagined turning it into a business. But here I am...with zero regrets. The beauty is this: I run a business that I thoroughly enjoy like that hobby that it originated from. _ ...And its because of the support of not only those closest to me, not just those pictured here, but because of all of you reading this now. I notice & recognize you all. _ From the bottom of my heart, Thank you!! I am truly blessed & grateful for your support! πŸ™ _ 1 love, Shannon Bourque #iTrapTime http://ift.tt/1LW7xnO


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Time Trap Photography is dedicated to freezing those special moments in life that can be revisited and admired for generations to come. - Shannon Bourque

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“Life is like a camera. Just focus on what’s important and capture the good times, develop from the negatives and if things don’t work out, just take another shot.” — Unknown

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