Monday, November 30, 2009
Friday, November 27, 2009
Peggy Eddleman. What can I say, really? Besides I'm always quite very jealous of her. She's my writing buddy and probably 99% of the reason I've continued to write...I have extreme competitive issues, so if she's writing, then so am I. (Eat that Peggy).
Well, a few weeks back I got to shoot her. Ahhh, it was nice to shoot someone like her. ha ha.
Peggy, you're a freaking babe.
I met Brian and Donna at least 7 years ago when I was teaching aerobics at Golds gym. They became two of my favorites! In fact, if they weren't there, sometimes I felt a wee bit sad inside. When we moved to Hawaii, Brian and Donna moved far far away to the land of Herriman...really, where is that?
Anyway, when they called and said they wanted me to do their pictures, I was estatic! Here you go Brian and Donna, you look FABULOUS.
Platt Family, I first want to say that you were totally cool and not at all offended by my offhand comments. Second, your kids are adorable. Such long lashes and beautiful smiles. I think your family is amazing and I had a blast with you.
Thursday, November 26, 2009
Here's another of the mini-shoots I did when I stopped over in Washington a few weeks back. Thanks Chamberlain Family for the fun shooting. Your family is absolutely beautiful. I am soooooo in love with both your kids outfits and beautiful eyes. You guys rock!
Ross Family, you were so great. Thank you for taking me to one of the coolest spots ever in Washington state! The leaves were absolutely beautiful. You guys were so much fun to work with, and I still can't get over your boys big blue eyes! Holy Canoli. His eyes are stunning.
I'm so thankful for you all! There have been days when I've felt down, and I've read the most wonderful comments from you. I'm blessed to have such wonderful friends and family. So my Thanksgiving post is to all the awesome families that have shared their time with me over the last year. I've enjoyed meeting so many of you and shooting you. I'm sad to say I won't be shooting families any more. (well...I should never say never...so let's just say I'm cutting back.) Next year I'll be focusing on weddings, so I'm sad to say goodbye to the many families that I've shot. Thank you for keeping me busy and having faith in my shooting abilities. Thank you for the great times! ...call me when your kids get married...
Wood family, I love your dog. Here's your peek. I'll be emailing you later.
Tuesday, November 24, 2009
Come on now...I know what you were thinking. Hey, I'm no gun weilding woman. I just like to pull my camera out now and then. At a shoot I did a couple weeks ago in Washington, I meat this beautiful boy. His chocolate brown coat had me in a frenzy of wanting to pet and hug and cuddle...of course I maintained a professional distance. Isn't this such a sweet dog? Thanks Wood family for introducing us.
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Saturday, November 21, 2009
Finally! I'm Done. Ohhhh, I'm so giddy about these shots. First off, can I just say that New Zealand was beautiful! That certianly made my job a little bit easier. And thenTiffany was stunning and Tuks equally handsome. Simply perfect for each other.
The day of the wedding the forcast said it would rain. Tiffany must have had an angel looking down on her because everywhere she went, the sun poured down on her, and not a drop of rain came close to ruining her day. Here are a few of my favorites from the day.
Thanks Tiff and Tuks for sharing your wonderful day with me. I love you two!