Sisk Family European Vacation: Londay, Day 2...

September 16, 2011
Saturday night, we got a good night’s rest…which was important considering we had another day of site seeing ahead of us. Our expensive cab driver told us that Sunday would be a good day to see the “changing of the guard.” He told us to arrive by 10:45 to be sure we could get a good spot. So we did just as we were told. Unfortunately, once we got into place (and waited a good 15-20 minutes), we were told that there would be not changing of the guard today. I initially thought they might have cancelled due to the weather but then realized that there was a major cycling...
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Welcome Baby Zan: Newborn Sneak Peek

September 02, 2011
This past weekend, after Hurricane Irene blew through, I met up with Baby Zan. At only eight days old, he’s already experienced an earthquake and a hurricane, so we know he’s going to be a strong young man one day.Zan’s mother and I went to high school together. I was thrilled when she contacted me several months ago to ask if I’d be interested in doing a newborn session. It didn’t take me very long to respond. We actually planned for this session to be done at the family farm. Unfortunately, we did not plan for Irene. No worries – after going back and...
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A Summer to Remember

August 26, 2011
The past few weeks, I’ve been pretty bad about linking up with Alicia and Kristi’s Crazy Days of Summer challenge…but I saw that this week is the Sweet Summer Finale. Not only do we have the opportunity to share some of our favorite photos from the summer (encouraged to share photos inspired by their themes), but there’s some pretty sweet prizes too. Granted, I’m pretty excited for Fall to finally arrive, but I had a pretty good summer too…a summer to remember! While you’re here…I thought you might be interested in knowing that our mushrooms...
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Mushrooms

August 19, 2011
Last weekend, my husband was working in our front yard when he noticed a few mushrooms. I must have trained him well because he immediately yelled, “Ashley, get your camera.” I think it started raining shortly after he called me outside so I told him that I would photograph them the next morning so he could promptly get rid of them.  The next day, I walked outside with my camera and macros lens. The mushrooms had multiplied! In fact, you’re going to see more mushrooms in the Scavenger Hunt because even more of them sprouted up a few days later.  And as interesting as...
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