Archive for landscape

Sledding, snow, and spring | Kirkland, WA Family Photographer

sledding and enjoying the snow but hoping for spring

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Are you an artist? | Kirkland, WA photographer

Are you an artist? Who determines who is or isn’t an artist? Being an artist is subjective.

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Photo Challenge | Week 5 | Kirkland, WA

A sunny day in Seattle

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Fields forever | Queen Creek, AZ Photographer

There are probably less than a few things about AZ that attract others from greener parts of the world.  I always found it slightly odd that east coast (of even midwest folks) love the look of cactus, white wash, kokopelli, dream catchers, and other southwest trinkets.  But to each their own.  To me, these cotton […]

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Hayrides | Indiana Photography

Our family recently (ok, back in October) took a trip to Indiana to visit more family.  We enjoyed the farm, pumpkin carving and hayrides!  

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Seattle Sunset | Kirkland, WA Photographer

So, it isn’t true… AZ is not the only place with gorgeous sunsets.   You may think I am crazy for thinking that could have been true.  Hey, I lived in AZ for too many years to not believe it.  AZ has beautiful sunsets with vibrant colors.  I have to say that Seattle can definitely enter […]

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The desert | Seattle, WA Photography

I didn’t notice the beauty before…  I didn’t appreciate the cactus before…  Dear Desert, I miss you!

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Bits and pieces | Kirkland, WA Photographer

Somebody tried this apple, didn’t like the apple, and tossed the apple (and it wasn’t me).  I had to laugh because it could have been me-I would have done this.  The apple didn’t look very good and I am surprised anybody would have tasted it to begin with.  Any how I think of all my […]

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One of many | Seattle, WA Photography

I love what Zack Arias says in his blog.  He is often up front, honest, and so real-life.  He is humble and talented.  His posts are about stuff that everyone thinks about.. he puts words to those thoughts.   He talks about photographs vs. photography, oversaturated markets, his humble start (and failures) and so much more.  […]

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Macro at Volunteer Park (or lack thereof) | Seattle, WA Photography

I can name a million reasons why I want a macro lens.  But here is the deal-my want list is too long.  I wanted to get close but my 50 mm was restricting my access.  I wanted to get details but again my 50 mm said, “NO.”  ARGH!  Why do my lens have to be […]

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