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We attended Jeanine & Joe’s wedding as guests… wow, that was a magical affair, can’t wait to share more from it.

The view was breathtaking… and a chance to frolic in the fields…

There was a dinner for two with my love… most delicious and most needed.

A “Time Capsule” family session shot… and new personal photo projects started…

And these boys… my muses. The summer holiday continues… driving me crazy and filling me up with goodness all at the same time. {I wanna start shooting real polaroids again… anyone out there want to guide me through it?}


  • Jeanine
    Posted at 17:34h, 28 August Reply

    that picture of you in the field? OMG!!!! so amazing! wish i could have spent more time with you at the wedding. thank you so much for coming and being part of the magic. can’t wait to catch up. xoxox

  • Jakki
    Posted at 15:23h, 23 August Reply

    LOVE LOVE LOOOOOOOOOVE your field shot with the flare…beautiful.

    Your photos show beauty, joy AND peace. Something that doesnt happen often in photo’s.

  • Kirstin
    Posted at 06:51h, 23 August Reply

    Such a wonderful summer, lovely. We’ll do some polaroids today, if you want! Along with the 120. x

  • leonie wise
    Posted at 21:37h, 22 August Reply

    LOVE your view of saturday’s event – the photograph of you in the wheat fields with the sun behind you is stunning.

    so awesome to finally meet your lovely man too
    can’t wait to see you again

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    Posted at 21:36h, 22 August Reply

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  • Cheryl
    Posted at 02:22h, 22 August Reply

    This post was so inspiring…You need to give a lesson on how to shot jumping shots…you are truly the best at it.
    Have a great Wednesday.

  • Debra
    Posted at 23:26h, 21 August Reply

    You *need* to start shooting Polaroid again! Impossible is testing film that doesn’t need shading! Should be out in early Fall. Get yourself an SX-70 and bring it to play at Oasis. Lots of Polaroid girls there to get your groove back with!

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