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Monthly Archives: February 2009


When I came upon this sculpture I did a double take.  It was so life-like! I thought someone was reading in the grass at the sculpture park. The details of the stature were fantastic…the texture of the sweater, the fallen shoe in the grass…who wouldn’t do a double take? Have a relaxing weekend, friends! *click...

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A Lil Bit O Sunshine

I met Little “D” through my friend Jaime from college.  Jaime and I linked up though Facebook where she saw some of my work and asked me if I’d be willing to do portraits for her friends beautiful daughter. For this session the clients came to my home studio for the session.  As soon as...

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Let us dance in the sun, wearing wild flowers in our hair

Let us dance in the sun, wearing wild flowers in our hair…  ~Susan Polis Shutz *PLEASE CLICK ON THE IMAGES TO VIEW LARGER* Today’s blog post was inspired by Mike Palmer’s recent sculpture post.  When I saw it I realized that I had 2 folders full of photos from a couple of trips I took...

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No Trespassing

I loved this abandoned house the first time I saw it and I was excited to be able to stop at it on Saturday and walk around to get some photos.  It took me a little while to look around the house and get warmed up as to what I wanted to take. We walked...

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The "Two-Fifty-Eight"

Saturday’s agenda included a car ride up the 258 North, approximately an hour outside of Jacksonville, NC, to look for photo ops. I was determined to find all of the abandoned “gems” that I had been scoping out on my previous road trips in and out of North Carolina. I was able to get most...

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More of Topsail

Another photo in the tree series from Topsail Beach, North Carolina. I’ll be in NC this weekend hoping to come home with some more great photos!! Talk to you all soon!

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Bridgeton Covered Bridge / Bridgeton, Indiana

When I visited Julie in November of last year we took a trip to snowy Bridgeton. Bridgeton, Indiana is home to the oldest continuously operating mill west of the Allegheny Mountains.  The mill overlooks Indiana’s most famous covered bridge and waterfall. *Please click all photos to view larger and in more detail* The Bridgeton Covered...

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New York City Skyline

I visited Weehawken, NJ to photograph the New York City skyline over the Hudson River this past Sunday from Hamilton Park. I took 12 images in total and used 11 images to create this panorama (but cropped the ends some). I wish the sky held more interest for the photo…but I’m sure I will be...

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