I am writing this on the early morning hours of mine and my husband’s anniversary. We had an early celebration and went to the King and Prince on St. Simons. This is where we spent our honeymoon, and it was so nice to go back for another visit. St. Simons Island, GA, has always been a fave of mine, as my parents had a beach house there when I was younger, and we had such great times, filling our time with crabbing, fishing, sunning, and ‘beaching it’. Fun times!
Christmas is almost here, and time has passed very quickly with its approach. I have been busy, busy, busy with family and children sessions, and even a December wedding (which I will share at a later time). Things are settling down, now, and it is welcome break. Oh, don’t get me wrong, I LOVE what I get to do–photograph all sorts of neat people–but a break will do me well, and leave me refreshed for the next round of sessions, which begin just the day after Christmas.
I am so happy to say I have a new ride for my business–one that will hold my props better. I am an on-location, natural surroundings photographer who carries props when/if needed. I photograph a lot of families with kids and those little props come in very handy. Props like benches, tubs, beach toys, hats, boxes, crates, material–whatever will make the session even more fun. I will share a photo of the new ride below. It is a Ford Flex and I love it. It is used and my son and I had to travel 6 1/2 hours to Gainesville, GA, to see it, buy it and then drive it home. We did all this on Tuesday of this week. Woohoo! It has been an interesting, busy week. The day after getting it, we loaded it up and drove it to its first shoot–an engagement session. It worked out perfectly. I should mention I named the car (I have never named a car before) Jingle. Jingle Bell, I thought, was appropriate for a car bought around Christmastime by me. 🙂
Well…enough of that. Images below. Enjoy and share as you like. I love sharing what I do. Also, be sure to stop by my facebook page, periodically. It gets updated way more than this blog does!
Blessings to you and yours this Christmas.