Archive for June, 2010

I so enjoyed my time with this lovely family! They have 3 boys, all about 2 yrs apart (if I remember correctly). They were so well behaved and we had so much fun exploring the park! And they let me get some shots in as well!

This sneak peek is way overdue – I’m very behind on blog updates! Although I cannot complain about my pregnancy as it’s been very easy, I am still not working at normal capacity, which has put me behind. I’m so thankful for my clients who have been so understanding!!! Thank you for being patient with me!!

Sweet ‘P’ family, I hope you enjoy your sneak peek! Gallery will be up soon!








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Juan: that they had already won the case in court, but we had to pay 500 euros to rleaese this money. We paid this but now we can only get an answephone reply on their phone number. Can you please tel us if any one else has had dealings with this company, Yours frustrated Joan

Bryan: I love the scarf in the middle. I think I would wear it, but I might have to fight with my dog, who would think the coroling would be better for her. And she would be right. She would want it to keep her cool in the heat. Free knowledge like this doesn't just help, it promote democracy. Thank you. That's a sensible answer to a challenging question

Got to meet up with this lovely family last week – 3 families and the grandparents! It was a gorgeous day but no wind so it was hot hot hot!

One of the families stayed behind for more shots and we moved to the top of the hill at the Victorian garden. Ah, so much better! There was a nice breeze there, which made all the difference!

Thank you, ‘S’ family, for thinking of me – it was great meeting all of the family!


I love this in black and white, too!







These were taken at the Victorian garden with the ‘S’ family. I’ve been photographing them since their youngest, little Miss ‘M’, was 3 months old! It was great to spend some time with them again!



Now this little one, Miss ‘M’, is now 2 years old. And typical for that age, she was constantly on the move and very difficult to photograph, but oh so cute!


Now this young man was a ham and would pose for me every chance he got!


Another poser here!


And love this shot of mom and dad! It just screamed black and white…


And this shot has a story all its own. Miss ‘M’ wanted to use her brother’s heads as bongo drums. They just patiently let her bang away on their heads! What a riot! LOVE this shot!


Thanks again you guys! More to come soon!

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I’m so sad that I won’t be seeing this family again – they are moving to Canada. But, I was thrilled when they called to have me photograph their baby ‘P’ just before she turned 6 months old! I was able to do her newborn portraits so I was excited to see how much she had grown!

She is as sweet on the inside as she is on the outside! The parents wanted to do our session at their ranch since it would only be their home for a short while longer and held so many memories!

I hope you enjoy your sneak peek!!









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Ron: What lovely pictures. See you when you get back to Alberta. cheers ron

When Mandi told me she would let me photograph her gorgeous baby bump I could hardly contain my excitement! She trampled through the woods and twigs just for me – what a trooper!

Isn’t she gorgeous? Next time I see her she will be a mom – sniff. I met Mandi when she was just a teenager, babysitting for my nieces, serving in the nursery at our church… now she’s married, living in California, and expecting her first baby – a girl named Gracelyn. It was such a pleasure to get to photograph her during this time and I hope to photograph the baby, too, some day!

Thank you for being such a trooper and putting up with me, Mandi! Here are just a few of the images I got – more to come soon!






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Jill Velicer: Gorgeous! I can't believe I'm the first comment. REALLY great work!

Damir: Lisa,It was hard to take a good picture in the dark rtnaeurast. Every picture I got of Paula was fuzzy. Yeah I've always thought Penny and Cristin looked alike. I didn't realize how much until I saw this picture. The simialarites are more obvious as Cristin gets older. We are have a makeover party at Penny's house on Sunday. Penny is cooking all kinds of good food. I wished you lived closer. You could bring yourself, your neice, and your daughter. Happy Weekend to You,Pam

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