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Sunday turned out to be a perfect day for senior photos. Kailee brought all kinds of fun things to work with. Here are a few of my many favorites. Enjoy!

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When I first noticed the 1960’s Airstream camper that was parked outside their house I thought…hm…what if we could use this for the photoshoot… I mentioned it to  Rachel…she was very enthusiastic…next thing you know it was moved to a very romantic spot out in the woods by David’s parents’ farm.

First of all we did some shots various places in Spring Grove. Isn’t the red truck just awesome?!

I love Rachel’s sense of style…old hats with feathers…jewelry…cute outfits. Love it! They are both so much fun! By the time we got to the camper the sun was really hanging low. They quickly set up a table with glasses, wine, cheese, bread…Wow! It really looked cool! They even climbed a tree!!!

Here are some of my favorites from that evening. Enjoy!

I’m trying to move forward, but have a little catching up to do from last year. Yeah, that sounds like a loooong time ago, but it’s only been about two weeks.

In 2007 I was so fortunate to be asked to document the wedding of Abbie and Zach. This fall they had a beautiful little princess, Nora. Congratulations, she is soooo sweet!

Right before Christmas Abbie’s mom called me to see if I could come over and take pictures of Nora and her eight month old cousin Dunkin. Of course! Whew! I have to admit, it was a little busy…but oh how fun. What a nice family. Grandma grabbed both great-grand kids in her arms and we did our best to make them all happy. Little Dunkin…well, that is kind of an understatement…he was such a big kid I had a hard time with the idea of him only being eight months old. I even asked if they thought he would be able to hold the baby. Needless to say…they just laughed at me. I guess it’s been a while since my babies were that little.

Here are some of my favorite shots. Enjoy!

Right before Christmas I had the pleasure of meeting Marie and her family. Marie is originally from Sweden and came over to live in the US at about the same age as me. What’s more amazing, we both live in the same town!

When I got to Marie’s house, her kids and their families were there. What a fun bunch of people! Nine, plus one auntie.

Here are some of the images from that day. I have to start with the funniest one of them all. Sam was THE poser of the day. He had endless styles and was a great help while I adjusted for lighting.  : )

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This one is just hilarious! 

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What a beautiful family!

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Sam with little sister Lilly.

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Claudia Mattias and baby Noah!

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Beaming Tilly!

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Mamma Marie. 

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A proud grandmother.

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Amanda, Bryan, Sam and Lilly. Lilly was both a sweet and a tough cookie! Actually, she was eating cookies. She was done posing, so we did the best we could.

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A, not so Christmasy, group shot.

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Amanda & Bryan. The kids got a break.

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After all the group shots I did individual portraits by the kitchen window, available lighting only. The light was really going fast, but I think I got some sweet shots of the whole family. Here’s Marie.

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 Mattias.

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Claudia

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A sweet smile from Baby Noah.

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Aunt Claudia

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Tilly

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Amanda

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Bryan

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Sam

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Today we had a beautiful day! We went sliding and had some fun. By the time I thought of bringing my camera out it was getting late, but I got off some snow shots.

Here is my little guy taking me to his enchanted forest. : )

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Our sliding hill.

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Nice legs!

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Oak tree silhouette.

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More silhouettes…

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My five favorite corn bins.

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The snow looks like dreamy fluffy clouds.

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Exactly one year ago I spent ten days in Santa Monica, California. Of course I picked the one week when you needed a winter coat and it had to be zipped up. There was actually ice on the streets a few mornings and the news showed busted water pipes and amazing ice sculptures because of it. It didn’t stop me from enjoying my time out there. I laid in the sand and on the streets. It is not really that obvious where some of these are taken, but they are the kind of shots I love to take. Here are some of my favorites. Feel free to comment.

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