Project 365 – Day 26

A little boudoir. Low kelvin – 3700 with a little fun in Photoshop after. Also shot with a Lensbaby. Squeee!


Project 365 – Day 24

Today, this is how I roll. Don’t hate.

Project 365 – Day 23

I’m always being asked “What do you shoot with?” Here ya go. Except for the underwater gear, here’s what my locker looks like.

Project 35 – Day 22

When I was 14 years old, my father showed me how to use his Hasselblad camera. I was terrified of holding something worth so much and was so important to him. But like everything else he tried to teach me, he told me not to be afraid until I actually broke it. Among so many other things I adapted from him, I’m extremely grateful for the sense of humor I developed. My dad wasn’t a photographer; he did it as a hobby because he traveled so much. He was a pro football player then an oil man and was one of the best in his business. I miss him terribly but am so thankful for the things I learned and the memories I have.
These are probably the two most important keepsakes I will ever own. His college football photo and the strap from that Hasselblad camera. Thanks dad, and I miss you tons 🙂

Project 365 – Day 21

First time to sleep in her “big girl” bed. She’s getting so big 😦

Project 365 – Day 20

Meet the pride and joy of my wardrobe. Almost as impressive as the photo’s 4k ISO rating.

Project 365 – Day 18

Safety first!

Project 365 – Day 17

I know I’m behind on my daily photo task(s). I’ve got a good excuse. My little punkins has to have ear tubes put in tomorrow morning, so I’ve had other priorities. I did take a moment to think about what’s going to be important to me about this project though after the year is up, and the photo below will be an important one. Her favorite animal is a lion. Her favorite food is grandma’s sugar cookies. Called my mom, got the recipe, found a lion cookie cutter and, YAY! She’ll have these little treats when she comes out of surgery tomorrow morning.