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Two Things Learned

This has been a productive morning! First, I found out how to frame my photos. The one below was from a stormy night in the Tetons. Then, I figured out how to make my photos larger on the blog. Ta-da! (Said with gusto.) In order to make photos


I bought the lens I’ve been eyeing for quite a while now.  By Friday, I should have my Canon 50mm f/1.4 lens in my hands!  I can’t wait to take lots of low light photos of my friend Emily’s new baby, without the worry of an annoying flash in

Day at the Lake

Two of our best friends, Tammy and Phillip, bought a boat earlier this summer.  Phillip frequently says that it’s the best purchase they’ve ever made, and he even went this weekend to get another one.  Men and their toys.   Of course, I’m a

Don’t tell…

I’m going to do my best to sneak my camera on our friends’ boat tomorrow. David surely won’t approve, but I want to take pictures! I’ll post ’em if I succeed.

Cotton Candy Kids

I remember loving cotton candy when I was younger, but that particular craving has sizzled and faded over the years.  On the other hand, Drew, Katie, Jacob and Sean haven’t lost their spark for the fluffy stuff.   The funniest thing to me, though, was

A Hateful Endeavor

The past few days I visited the other Mullins family again.  As always, it was a blast, and I came home wondering, “How do they stay sane with four young kids?”  Each of their children is definitely a blessing, and each of their beautiful

Here are a few more from Sadie’s first birthday. I had so much fun taking these, and I wish I had more opportunities to photograph events like it. Aunt Emily with Sadie David and Stephen’s brother, Ben, acting goofy as

Sadie Bug’s 1st Birthday

Sadie Edwards is already one year old! Yesterday Stacey and Stephen threw her a party that she could be proud of! There was great company, yummy food, and there was even an adult slip ‘n slide. Sadly, David and I are feeling a bit older than our ages

Oxbow Bend in the Morning

On one of our first dates, David asked me if I liked the mountains or the beach better. I knew just enough about him that I knew my answer should be the mountains. Luckily, I like both, so that wasn’t much of a tall tale. But the follow-up question

Teton National Park…

was amazing! These were taken during a developing storm as we were driving away from an overlook of Mount Moran at Oxbow Bend. We were scoping out that area so we would know where we were going the next morning at 4:45 a.m.! I actually wasn’t

People Pics

I still have tons of scenery photos to go through, but I needed a break from those. So, I’m posting some people pics first. These were taken the first night we were in Bozeman. I wish I could remember why Cohen was so surprised! Dad says this is the

Jackson Hole

I had so much fun with Photoshop today that I didn’t do much of anything else.  I woke up, played with Photoshop, went to lunch with David, played with Photoshop, had a tennis lesson, and played with Photoshop again.  Funny thing is, I really

In delirium

David and I have been up since 3:30 a.m., and I’m running on back-up battery.  It’s about 5:45 here, and David’s already asleep.  I’m about to go to bed too, but I thought I’d post a few photos first.  I’m hoping that I

Continuing education

Each time that I learn something new about photography it also brings the realization of how little I really know.  But as Susan says, photography is about “cultivating” a talent.  Although I’m impatient to know it all (quickly), I’m

Keeping up with the other Mullins

After spending time in Tallahassee, I now have “Mac envy”. Andy and Susan both have MacBook Pros, 17 and 15″ respectively. So of course my MacBook 13″ is looking puny (ignoring the fact that we have a 24″ desktop). We had a

My purpose for blogging

I spent the last four days in Tallahassee with Susan and her family, and we had such a great time together. We even had a few chances to take photos, and we were really pleased with what we got. On the way home to Macon, I decided to focus my blog on my