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What’s your magic?

Posted on Jan 24, 2016 in Blog, Featured, Landscapes | 0 comments

What’s your magic?

“Ultimately, no matter where you are in your life, you have a power that is only yours.” We all have some magic to offer: strength, knowledge, peace.

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Just Beachy

Posted on Apr 26, 2015 in Blog, Featured, Landscapes | 0 comments

Just Beachy

A beach is not really a place… it’s a mindset. When you think of the beach, what do you envision?

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Bahamian Rhapsody

Posted on Nov 2, 2014 in Blog, Featured, Landscapes | 0 comments

Bahamian Rhapsody

Rhapsody in music is defined as a one-movement work that is integrated, free-flowing, with highly contrasted moods and color. It has an air of spontaneous inspiration and a sense of improvisation.

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Inspirational Spaces

Posted on Mar 2, 2014 in Blog, Featured, Landscapes | 0 comments

Inspirational Spaces

A few years ago, I clipped a photo from a magazine that embodies my ultimate working environment. It’s a small space with a drafting table, windows on three sides overlooking the dunes and ultimately the ocean. Pretty sweet! I can’t imagine anyone not liking that set-up. Maybe you have a real or “dream space” of your own.

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When to Hit the Reset Button

Posted on Nov 18, 2013 in Blog, Featured | 0 comments

When to Hit the Reset Button

When my hair dryer shuts off, there’s a button you push to get it started again.  A small, red “reset” or “test” button on the cord that restores power. It might be a pretty good metaphor in life. We all have some kind of ritual or practice that helps us to re-charge.  Last week I found myself at the beach on several occasions, shooting photos or walking my pups.  After the first visit,  it was so peaceful and restorative that I was enticed to go back a few more times.  Maybe I just needed it..   Recently I worked on a photo session for yoga and fitness instructor, Kathy Drake of Wellbeing Yoga Fitness. I have been practicing yoga and working with Kathy for many years.  It is a restorative, energizing and positive experience that I need to achieve balance in my life.  So I guess that’s a button too. Whether it’s down dog or a run on the beach, we all need some balance.  So every now and then, just “hit the reset button” .            ...

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Dog Portraits: More than just a Pretty Snout

Posted on Oct 12, 2013 in Blog, Dog Portraits, Featured | 0 comments

Dog Portraits: More than just a Pretty Snout

Inspired by this pose, courtesy of my girl Ruby, I set out to begin a series of dog portraits with special emphasis on their “noses” or “snouts” as my husband calls them. After a few photo sessions with my canine friends and “their humans,” I began to see or maybe not see something. As I cropped with the camera and later with the images, it became clear that something was missing.  Capturing images of a nose without eyes, I was truly missing their personality. The spirit, twinkle and even a little attitude, just wasn’t there. So the eyes are back in the picture.  Click here  to look at Dogs Volume I and let me know if you agree. Maybe Volume II will be titled: “Heads or Tails”… check back for more dog photography!    ...

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