Monthly Archives: February 2011


So sweet baby McClain came over to have a 3 month photo session. She is just the most precious little girl and just as cute as could be! As much as I want to type about the ups and downs of our photo session, I just can’t wait to get to the pictures. It was one of those sessions where we had so many photos to choose from that I didn’t even know where to start. Here are a few of my favorites!



These last two are just some of my all time favorites…

and this one where McClain’s daddy was holding her


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I was privileged to be able to revisit a family I hadn’t seen in a while and I couldn’t have been happier. I had taken pictures of their son Jack and they have since had another little boy named Will. He was just as precious as Jack was at this age and was just a pleasure to photograph. A big thank you to Will’s parents for having me back and I hope you enjoy your preview!






Instead of the full family photo that we usually sneak in, we went for a group portrait of just the kids. Just look how sweet they all are!

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So here in Tennessee we were expecting snow today. One thing that anyone has to understand about me is how much I love the snow. My mood changes, I get giddy, and just a new level of excitement comes over me. I also get a chance to experience my zen moment — being out in the snow and not hearing anything else but the snow falling around me. It is a hard moment to come by, but I soak it all in when I can get it.

So, as I was standing in my kitchen admiring the snow from a large window, I noticed a cow standing in the pasture behind our home. This is nothing new because there are always lots of cows in this pasture, however this one was covered in snow and standing off away from the others who were huddled together. For some reason I loved what I saw and my inner photographer jumped went to work. I got everything on, camera in hand, and got to the back door just in time to notice that the cow moved. I decided to venture out anyway hoping to make the most of the situation. Of course, I snuck in my zen moment before walking all the way back to the pasture. The cows were all huddled around a bale of hay and the snow was falling at a high rate. I was working my way up and down the fence row and I noticed I had a fan. One cow had ventured its way outside the rest of the group and was checking me out. I loved the situation and made sure to capture the moment. Enjoy!


My fan!

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