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    Nothing fancy just a little blog following the musings of a mother of three beautiful babies who happens to be a photographer.

    I wanted a blog to share my life and also the part of my photography that is not necessary professional-my personal projects and images of my children while giving everyone tips & tricks on how to capture their life-one image at a time.

    I hope you enjoy and maybe learn a thing or two so you can torture your children with endless pictures as I do with mine...after all, we are all photoging mamas!


I got so many messages and comments on the springs pictures from yesterday that I thought I would do a little post for my fellow local explorers. You would be amazed at what our Florida State Parks have to offer…I know you guys have seen me post about Eden State Park (HERE) and Grayton Beach […]

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I know a lot of locals don’t “beach it” often but honestly it is one of our favorite things to do in the summer. My goal during the summer is to get the kids out of the house and keep them active and off any electronics as much as possible. Thanks to my job this […]

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  • Brooke - November 30, 2019 - 6:15 pm

    Those fish eye family photographs are amazing! The colours are something else … wow!ReplyCancel

So this blog has long been neglected…which is okay…however I realize that keeping this up may help me stay on top of my family photos a little better sooooooo with that being said, I am making a commitment to get back to this blogging.   Last night Olivia had a softball double header and played […]

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Sometimes everything goes right during your day….but sometimes it doesn’t. I left my house this morning (rolling out of bed 10 minutes-maybe-before I needed to take Olivia to school) with yesterday’s makeup & the braid I slept in, workout clothes (with full intentions of going to the gym; little did I know a curveball would […]

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Updated…here it is! I have it white but am thinking I am might like cream so I basically manipulated the white balance to either keep it white or make it appear creamier so I guess I can keep it white and manipulate it to my liking <3 What do you think?! Vote for your fav […]

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  • Leah Severson - August 27, 2016 - 7:47 pm

    Thank you so much for sharing this. Was looking for a shiplap recipe for my studio and this was just perfect. Thanks!ReplyCancel

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