Summer’s End

The end of summer is always a little bittersweet. The last few months have been filled with lots of vacations, trips and visits from family, and it is a little sad to see all that end.  The only silver lining in it is that fall (and football season) are finally here.  I have really neglected the blog over the last few months (I am sure my 3 faithful followers have really missed me), but my camera was definitely still busy.  Now I am gearing up for fall family sessions and Christmas card season!!  If you are interested in fall photo sessions, please email me soon, as the next few months are already booking up.  I still have a couple of weekends in October, and some spots in November.  Weekday sessions are a little more plentiful.  I will be posting some info on a couple of portrait events soon, so don’t forget to check back for that.  Here are some photos from our summer adventures.

  1. NIcole says:

    Oh he is so cute and soooooooooo big. 🙁

  2. Rana says:

    These turned out SOOO good! You have such a great eye for this!!! Of course the subject is DARLING! 🙂 Love these pics!

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Every morning the sun rises and sets the stage for another chapter in the story of our lives. These days overflow with adventures and fairy tales. Our heroic little boys battle villains while our princesses prepare yet another table for tea.

Every morning the sun rises and sets the stage for another chapter in the story of our lives. These days overflow with adventures and fairy tales. Our heroic little boys battle villains while our princesses prepare yet another table for tea.

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As the sun sets, the day’s minutes fade into memories and another page turns. If only we could stop the clock. Bottle up the days of dragons, castles, tea times and Pegasus and preserve them for the generations to come.