My 365 project | March 2019 | Pittsburgh Portrait Photographer | Marisa Magnusen Snowflake Photography

In order to make the best of your 365 project you just have to keep shooting… really it’s been uplifting to my creativity to shoot everything always and to follow along with fellow artists that are doing the same. If you follow me on instagram you have seen the other artist across the globe that are taking part in their own projects.. it really has been a good 90 days of creating!

My March below: xoxo Plus an image I created in March that is dear to my heart…….



An image I created in March but have been thinking about for a very long time…… My caption from Instagram below is to explain the concept of it all. xoxo

Sometimes when looking back at my life I feel like I’m remembering someone else’s story. The details may be hazy and the timeline not exactly as things have transpired. I also try to think about what that woman would think of all that she has today. The beautiful life, the daughters, the husband, the cozy home and the sense of peace. Would she know that she was able to piece back her life a few times after feeling broken? This image was brewing for a bit in my head, or something like it, and today I came up with how I wanted it to look. It represents how I feel about looking back and trying to absorb the now. How I could have never imagined being the mother I see in the mirror or the artist I feel inside. And in a way it’s how I see my photography. Did I stand outside on the roof to do this…. Yes, oh yes I did.

Sometimes when looking back at my life I feel like I’m remembering someone else’s story. The details may be hazy and the timeline not exactly as things have transpired. I also try to think about what that woman would think of all that she has today. The beautiful life, the daughters, the husband, the cozy home and the sense of peace. Would she know that she was able to piece back her life a few times after feeling broken? This image was brewing for a bit in my head, or something like it, and today I came up with how I wanted it to look. It represents how I feel about looking back and trying to absorb the now. How I could have never imagined being the mother I see in the mirror or the artist I feel inside. And in a way it’s how I see my photography. Did I stand outside on the roof to do this…. Yes, oh yes I did.