Dustyn and Carsyn

November 03, 2010
A few weeks ago, I met up with Sarah from Loving My Life. I’ve already shared a few photos from that session, but I thought I’d share just a few more of the boys. I love this first shot of Dustyn because it’s so real. Two and three year old children just don’t stay still. I think I thought that if I took enough pictures, I could get at least a few where they are looking at the camera by accident (and I certainly did get a few shots like that)…however, I’m becoming more and more fond of those shots where children are being themselves…running, giggling,...
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She Waits…

October 27, 2010
Whoops – I missed Touch-Up Tuesday. After trying my best to catch up on yesterday’s bloggings (is that a word), I just didn’t have any energy left to put together my touch-up…I’ll have to save it for next week (it includes head swapping, so stay tuned). I do want to share a photo I took of Kitty Paw the other night. I know that you can barely see her, but she was waiting by the door for my husband to come home. I almost got rid of this photo because it is so dark, but I love that little hint of light by the door. For more black and white photos, go to: and...
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Meeting Sarah…

October 20, 2010
Last night, I met up with Sarah from Loving My Life and her family for a mini-portrait session. Earlier in the day, she found a wonderful location that offered a beautiful view and wonderful lighting (I’ll have to save this location for later). Of course we asked her husband, Kenny, if he would take our picture together…I think he did a pretty decent job. I haven’t quite gotten to the family photos yet, but I did want to share a couple of photos I took for Sarah’s new photography blog. I am super pleased with how this particular shot turned out. I love everything about...
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Self Portrait

October 13, 2010
This month, I had several prompts to take a new self portrait: Jess’ monthly “Facing Myself” photo challenge at The Old Nichols Farm, this week’s Paper Heart Camera’s “Show and Tell” challenge, and of course the October 2010 Photo Hunt (one of the items is a self-portrait). So…armed with my tripod, 50mm lens , wide angle converter and a little creativity, I decided that yesterday would be the day I’d take a decent self-portrait. Oddly enough, my first idea was not to take a pretty picture, but to put curlers in my hair. Yes…you know...
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