Monthly Archives: November 2010


Today, I have a bunch of rambles. Random thoughts that bounce around in my head when I am low on slumber. Not a prettyView full post »


Nora & Kerigan. Goodness, I love these girls. 50mm     f1.6     ISO 250     1/100 sec.View full post »


I’ve always loved them, always known they loved me. But this year, with a deeper gratitude, with more feeling andView full post »

Muddy Brook Potters.

I am not a Black Friday participant. I rue the days when I have to get up really early, so shopping in some overcrowdedView full post »

Family of 5.

Isn’t it nice to look back over a period of months and see something clearly? To realize that the smallest ofView full post »

Friday Favorite. #10

So this Friday’s favorite is a little glimpse into my mornings. Every day.  Doesn’t drinking ‘View full post »

I like…

…Etsy. Are you sick of hearing that from me? I hope not. Because I mostly likely will continue to blog about itView full post »


So, I had really wanted our living room to be formal- and tried hard to keep it that way. The only problem? We’reView full post »

Leah at One Year.

I thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to meet little Miss Leah some weeks ago. I had the privilege of photographing thisView full post »

Watermelon and a Slice of Life.

I eat watermelon upside down. I like to cut off the rind, and begin at the bottom- the widest part of the triangle. IView full post »

Just a few more…

To follow are the rest of the images from the family session I posted yesterday. Those that could be there of theView full post »


This session was just a bunch of fun. They are a great family, easy to work with and so kind, making our sessionView full post »

Sneak Peek of Family.

Working on the full post from this fun family shoot…  (many) more to come soon!View full post »

Kayla. Stonehill College Class of 2011.

My waiting list sessions are winding down, and the year is closing out at a slower, welcome pace. I have a number ofView full post »

Just because.

She makes us laugh. And that is a good thing. Our Nory-girl.View full post »