capturing life.

Its A Boy!

What a fun way to let your family and friends know what your new addition is going to be!




the garden is blooming…

partly cloudy with a chance of sparkle

just a lil too much rain/snow/clouds .. roses in vase



wishing for spring…

wishing for spring.. silly groundhogspring wishesspring wishes

Happy New Year!

A Big Thank You to all of our clients that we’ve work with this past year!  We are looking forward to 2014 and all of the good things that it will bring!   Happy New Year!!  – Cyn and Robin

Thank you for a wonderful 2013


“He loves trains!”  Thats what Noble’s mom said when we scheduled his 2 year/Holiday  session.  So the search was on for a nice, safe train setting where we could also include their little dog Cabo.   We found the perfect place and perfect props.  We had it all planned out!  Cyn and I arrived early and started getting everything ready.  And althought it was a beautiful sunny morning, the wind was blowing and it was cold!  When the family arrived Mom told us little Noble was sick.   Poor thing, you could tell he didn’t feel well.  So we knew we wouldn’t have much time.   What a trooper!  Mom brought all of his little trains and they kept him pretty happy!  Cabo looked like he a great time exploring!  Mom said that he had an ear infection and couldn’t hear very well which gave him the perfect opportunity to ignore us when we wanted him in the picture.   It took a while for us to figure out that where ever we put his little bag  he was quite happy to be!




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Happy Holidays~

Wishing everyone a wonderful holiday.  May your holidays be filled with love, joy and laughter~

may your holidays be filled with love, joy and laughter ~


The Mashed Potato Sessions

This past weekend I was reading a blog on the Photographers Connection’s website about creating a snow effect in photos using instant mashed potatoes.   The examples that they showed were so cute that I couldn’t wait to try it!    So Kaylee and I ran to the $ store and picked up a couple of boxes.   I recruited my daughter to be the chief snowmaker which apparently is not as easy as you would think!   It took her a little bit to get her technique down.   So for a few minutes it was either scattered flurries or a full blown blizzard!   At first Kaylee was not quite sure why her mom was throwing potato flakes at her in the front yard but as soon she figured out it was all in fun she loved it!    I think the photos turned out great and  I’m excited to try this again!













Miss Kay

Where have 3 years gone?!  She is growing up so fast!   Glad we got to spent this warm fall day together.  The weather was perfect!




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