March 25, 2010

So, I was supposed to post this blog last week, but I was in such a bad mood (from what, I am still pondering) that I just couldn't think of anything good to say. Sorry for the delay. Perhaps it was the cabin fever I got from being stuck inside when it was so lovely out. I do love spring!
Speaking of Spring: I was a very surprised Texan when it snowed on the first day of SPRING! Texas, I appreciate your new attitude to the cold white fluffy stuff, but I think your just confused now.

I said in my last post that I was going to be posting senior sessions for some people who have been calling--so here we go with a sample from another shoot.
Mr. Micheal Hayes! A cow boy at heart. He opted to have his shoot on my dad's ranch which was wonderful for me! And him, of course :).
{chill'en in the hay loft}
My dad's horse, Pecos, loved Micheal...or at least his hat.
I might mention that I was stung by a bee right on the eyelid while taking those last shots, haha! I laugh now, but oh the pain! But after a short break and some ice, I was able to return to the shoot. It was only one swollen eye, the other one still worked ;).

March 15, 2010

I'm starting to get requests from seniors to take the portraits that they will be sending out to all their grandparents, aunt, uncles, friends... So, I thought I would do a post of the very first session that I did last year, even though it was actually a model shoot... But I figure that many seniors would prefer to look like models anyway, right ;).
This shoot was really fun! I had never met Elise before, but she was a natural. I would just stick her somewhere and she knew what to do. I have since stolen a few ideas.
She was so easy going; she let me take a few artsy shots for fun.

If you know anyone who needs some portraits to send out (whatever the occasion), just let me know!

March 09, 2010

Just Fun on a Muddy Day!

I love my little sisters. They are gifts from God to me...really! I asked for them when my mom found out she was having twins. I already had two brother, so I begged for at least one sister. He gave me two.

When the weather is nice on my Sunday visits to home, me and my sisters go on a walk out on the acres. This particular day was sunny...but very muddy. Jessica was stuck in the mud, and Jennifer came to try to help her. I stood back and took pictures, haha!

They are so different now. You can hardly tell that they are twins. But they stick together lick glue.