Happy Little Family

November 08, 2011
I mentioned on Sunday that I met up with a friend, Pam, on Saturday to photograph her son’s two-year old birthday party. Before the guests arrived, we took a few family portraits. I got home rather late last night (Monday), so I didn’t have much time for processing, but did want to share one of the happy little family. By the way, in case you missed my note on Sunday…I am in intensive training for the next few days. As much as I enjoy blogging, I simply don’t have much time this week to blog hop as I normally would. If I take a little longer than usual to respond to...
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She may only be seven years old…

October 25, 2011
…but she’s clearly a young woman. If only I could keep her seven years old forever. (tip: ISO 800, f/3.2, 1/50 – positioned under garage light)
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Annual Blogger Meet-Up with the Naptime Momtog...

October 18, 2011
On Friday, I met up with Sarah (aka the Naptime Momtog) and her family after they finished up with a doctor’s appointment. I shared a few of my photos on Sunday, but did not share this one of her son Carsyn.His eyes really do sparkle like that…it’s crazy. I also have to be sure not to over-sharpen them…even with my typical processing, they always seem too sharp to me. If you want to see more photos from our time together, go over to Sarah’s page. My favorite is the one of me with her older son Dustyn.Interestingly enough, this particular visit was kinda like my...
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Sisk Family European Vacation: Paris, Day 2 – The Pantheon...

October 11, 2011
On Friday, I was still sharing photos from Day 2 in Paris (If you’re new to my blog – I went to London and Paris with my husband at the beginning of September. If you missed any of my previous pictures, click HERE). I really thought that I might have moved on to our last day in Paris…but I can’t move on until I share photos of the Pantheon. According to the Pantheon’s website, it was originally built as a church dedicated to St. Genevieve. It has flipped back and forth to a church over the years, but eventually assumed its lasting role as a burial place for...
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