Monthly Archives: November 2010

Sweet Baby Girl

I love it when I can capture expressions and motions in new little ones that the parents are already well aware of .  It is incredible how quickly newborns evolve into wakeful beings capable of recognizable traits that make his or her parent’s heart grow.  I only see small windows into the lives of families, but sometimes, […]

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Off the beaten path…

I believe I have at least another day’s posts with photos from Scotland, but perhaps I shall take care of it all here.  The day I arrived I went to look at the venue and on our way back we stopped at the registrar’s office for last minute details.  While the bride and groom were […]

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Month of handmade treasures begins

I love November because despite the rain and the darkness that descends, it is the beginning of the market season.  It is not simply about Christmas.  It is about having explicit access to an incredible variety of crafter, artisans and artists.   Here is a link for a very complete listing of craft events coming up […]

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October 10-10 wedding

Eric and Vince waited for the perfect day.  They wanted their  10-10-10 day to be perfect and it was.  There was one hiccup though.  In planning an October wedding they rightly expected rain and both were looking forward to this.  They had a lovely red umbrella chosen that would go stunning with their dark suits, […]

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Remember the Day

The last time I attended the Rememberance Day Parade at Victory Square I was in my university days.  It was a long time ago.  A veteran I captured at the last parade  attended. Yesterday was only the second time I have attended the official ceremony.  What started me even thinking about attending was witnessing my daughter’s […]

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