Sunday, October 30, 2011

Adam and Rachel

Adam and Rachel

Yesterday Wally and I drove up to Klickitat, Washington.  We went to take engagement pictures (I actually took these pictures and Wally was my assistant) for Adam and Rachel. 

 Adam is Wally's cousin..  Rachel is his beautiful bride to be..

Love this one!!

 Playing around waiting for the photographer to tell them what to do... I actually was just watching for something like this!!!  :)

I actually loved this little falling down house that Rachel found! I love love love the window and we tried a few different things here.


I love all of these photos! They all turned out just how I wanted them to!!

I love the colors of this place.. The fall colors are everywhere we looked!!!

Thank you Rachel and Adam for letting Wally and I share in this day.. We both had a great time and so much fun taking pictures. We will see you again soon! xoxo

Monday, October 24, 2011

Schere, Corrie, and Lynn

Here we have Schere, Corrie, and Lynn..

Schere is a freshman at University of Oregon in Eugene..

Corrie is in high school, and Lynn is the mom of both these beauties..

(just an fyi.. there will be a few more added to this posting soon,, have to get Joyce in there and I haven't finished editing yet!! So watch in a few days for more of this posting! )

We went downtown Eugene and just played..

 I have so  many favorites of this session,, but this one is one of my most favorites!!!

 I am also loving this of Lynn! She is a beauty!

 These girls were so fun and they have a genuine love for each other that was soooo nice to see!!!

Thank you ladies for the fun afternoon...

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Reflections of Me'


Wally and I were in Charleston, South Carolina last week. We did some walking.. (and I mean some as in one hell of alot!!)  My sister Gillian was the best tour guide as we walked along the alleys and side streets of Charleston..  Beautiful homes, store fronts and just all around beautiful buildings!!

While we were walking we found this beautiful building that was in process of being remodeled.  We all know that people are facing hard times and this home was no exception. It looked as thoe it had been gutted and was in process.... and then abandoned. The walls were gone and only studs were in their place, the wheel barrel and shovels were left standing in place..

It leaves so much to the imagination as to what this home could look like and what you could do to a place like this! (I love love love the brick walls)

I took the opportunity to try a couple of "self portraits" ... Since I am not a very photogenic person I actually liked how these turned out!! 

So here you have... "Reflections of Me'"