Hey Everyone! Sorry I haven’t posted in so long–I have been very busy! I wanted to go ahead and make the official announcement that we are moving–to Charlottesville, VA. We have been in limbo for a while and are finally certain–and we couldn’t be more thrilled! It seems like a wonderful place to raise kids and have a photography business! We will be in NC until the beginning of June, and I still have a little room for some sessions–so if you are interested, let me know! I will have the same number up until I move. And, I am planning to come back to NC on a regular basis, so I will still be able to do a limited number of sessions even after we move! I am hoping to post more regularly, but between the move and working so hard on my site, it will be hard–I never realized how much work a website is! Until next time!
I’ve been busy lately working on a new website! I didn’t realize how much I’d enjoy picking all of the colors and details–It’s so much fun and . . . a lot of work! I can’t wait for ya’ll to see it! I’ll leave you with an old favorite!
Oh how I wish I had some professional photographs of myself when I was pregnant! The only maternity shots I have have my husband’s thumb over my head! Lovely–ha ha!
Well now I get the honor of helping other beautiful women capture this special time in their lives!
So much fun! Until next time!
I just couldn’t resist! Saturday morning our dog was going nuts in the back yard. Upon further inspection we realized he was barking at a groundhog that had climbed up a pretty tall tree and had positioned himself in between the branches and was just kinda hanging out! We didn’t realize that groundhogs could climb trees, but after a little research, we found that they could!
Anyway, I had to grab a few pictures of the terrified critter. Cute little fella!
Not the easiest thing to shoot considering I was shooting against the sky, and he was the same color as the tree!
Of course, I have to include one of our pup, Barkley, who found the little guy! Anyway, I promise next time I will post people and not groundhogs and dogs!