Archive for September, 2010

Jenna | Kirkland, WA Photographer

I always love peeking through the veiwfinder to see and feel the experience on the other side.  I like to see what others are feeling about having a camera looking right into their lives-sometimes too close and their your personal space!  : )   It usually takes a bit to really relax and be okay in […]

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Families who fight together, stay together

Family brings out the good and the bad, right?  See the many sides of some of MY family.  : )  I didn’t stick around long enough to see who won.      

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An advertisement | Queen Creek, AZ Photographer

I thought this was so funny…  The Dr. Pepper makes him so happy.  Well, and cookies too!  Isn’t it great-the things we “thought” we would never do as a parent but somehow becoming a parent changes all those rules.  Kids are happy, mama has some peace, all is well. 

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Monitor calibration | Kirkland, WA Photographer

Have you ever heard about calibrating your monitor?  This is little me playing softball (or pretending to ) when I was a wee one.  I scanned this picture in and when I saw it my first thought was about calibrating my monitor.  I worked on making it look somewhat “normal” or correct and then wondered […]

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Is it fall? | Kirkland, WA photographer

I wonder how will I know when it is fall?  In AZ it went from hot to not so hot and then we knew that Halloween must be over.  : )  The other day the wind picked up and the chills started.  I rushed to grab a cute scarf that I never put to good […]

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Views | Kirkland, WA Photographer

Here is a privileged view from downtown Seattle.  A friend of mine (since junior high) has lived here for the last 10 years or so.  We reconnected when I moved here and she invited me to her office to see this!  I was ooohing and ahhhing over such a site.  She gets to look at […]

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My son | Kirkland, WA photographer

This little guy is always on the go!  While he is very capable of down time, her prefers to be playing, pretending and imagining.  Gone are the days that he was content on the family room floor.  I miss his chubby cheeks that were even bigger than his sister’s, I miss his feet doing circles […]

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