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Sunday, December 5, 2010

Portrait Session Updates

Okay so I mentioned earlier today that I would post some portrait session collages later in the week. Well, it's 9:40pm. I just finished with a couple of photo projects. It's too late to start another one. It's too late to get started on some homework. I can't go to bed yet because my pajamas aren't dry (I am working at the group home and my only pj's are still wet thanks to a late start on laundry). I really don't feel like watching TV. I already finished the novel I was reading. Guess it's as good a time as any to get these collages posted....

The Frail Family....

....this family was such a pleasure to work with. They are upbeat, easy going and they have a beautiful daughter who was an absolute treasure to work with. I can't wait to meet their new little bundle of joy who is due to arrive in just a few short months.

Meet Kullen....

I had so much fun chasing him all over the "farm". He led me on some wild adventures: throwing rocks in the pond (and almost falling in), hiking up and down hills and trails, wandering the many dirt roads, and meeting all of the beautiful horses. Kullen is a fearless 2 year old with the most gorgeous red hair (and a little of the red-headed stubborness to go with it). I look forward to taking more photos of Kullen in the future and watching him grow over the years.

The Canipe/Lidke/Janowitz Families....

...I am honored and blessed to be able to call these sweet and caring people, friends. Our day started out with a few timid looks from some of the adults and kids but by the end of the day, I had become a part of their family. We did their portraits on Thanksgiving morning and I have to say, it was one of my favorite sessions to date. Thanks for the memories and for the love you showed me!

The Janowitz Family.... newest and dearest friends. This couple, and their children, have the biggest hearts, warmest smiles and give some of the best hugs our of all the people I have ever met in my life. Our paths connected almost 2 years ago and since that time, our bond and friendship has bloomed into an ever lasting bond.

Such A Slacker...

So obviously my 365 plan didn't work out the way I had hoped.
I have always had a bad habit of not following through with things.
I was hoping this would be different.
That for once I could stick with something long enough to accomplish a goal that I had set on my own.
Oh well, I refuse to beat myself up over it.
Instead, I am going to regroup and start fresh.
Instead of a daily photo capturing the final year of my 20's, I will just post random photos as I get a chance.
I will also continue to post sneak peeks of portrait sessions.

Here are a few photos taken over the past 3 months that kind of some up my life. . .

Buck's favorite thing to do with our favorite kidos....Tractor rides!!!

This is what happens when you let a 2 year old help you feed the puppy. (I promise I didn't let him eat any of the puppies food and the puppy didn't mind the company while eating - she's been well trained.)

Will someone please tell Roxy that she has grown enough and can stop now? Thanks.

I have started making "Lens Buddies". These are great for taking photos of kidos...really get's their attention.

I don't know which I should be more concerned about... the fact that I am currently addicted to converse or the fact that I actually took a photo of them all?

Drink .... Wat-AAAHHHH!!! (Thanks to my sis, Jody, for introducing me to the coolest water ever!)

One more for today. I promise to post some more soon. I also have several fun collages to post from recent Portrait session. :)

Here's it is... The Jones Family Portrait, 2010!