Monthly Archives: January 2009

Babysitting Day

Steve and I woke up early this morning and cleaned the whole house top to bottom before noon. The rest of the day we spent hanging out with our nephew and taking pictures. I’m really happy with how they turned out. I feel like I have so many projects going on right now that my...

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One Hundred

Today is a good day to celebrate. It’s FRIDAY and this is my 100th post. Today I was also officially hired to shoot a wedding on Maui this April. I’m doing a happy dance and pinching myself. Lets have a virtual beer and toast to a good day. ¬†

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From the Rocks

Do you remember last Fall when all the leaves were falling and Shutter Sisters gave us the photo challenge to shoot from the leaf’s perspective? There were so many cool shots that people came up with and I really fell in love with this shooting style. When I can’t think of anything else to shoot...

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Grass: Not Just a Weed

“There is not one blade of grass, there is no color in this world that is not intended to make us rejoice.” -John Calvin “If the sight of the blue skies fills you with joy, if a blade of grass springing up in the fields has power to move you, if the simple things of...

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Seagulls

We live near the water so these gulls are everywhere. At the beach they pose for pictures and let you get close Рbut not too close. On the ferry ride home a passenger supplies a feast for these rats with wings. In a moment dozens of them head our way. Swarming and diving towards the...

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Secret Number Three: Follow Your Fascinations

“Solitude, says the moon shell. Every person, especially every woman, should be alone sometime during the year, some part of each week, and each day.” -Anne Morrow Lindbergh Steve and I took a mini road trip up north yesterday to Deception Pass. Although we were together we spent most of our time apart. Wandering around...

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In Her Words

Today’s Guest Contributor is a very special guest. I discovered the following poem left in the comments by my dear grandma, Elaine Reas. I know some of you are probably sick of Inauguration talk but this was too good not to share. Enjoy! INAUGURATION Amid kaleidoscopic swirl Of tradition, renewal, adulation, Of hands outstretched, cameras...

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