September 2009

Fair Day Photo Shoots


The Georgia National Fair is a cheerful introduction to fall and an opportunity for fresh and different family/couples photos. If you are interested, or know of anyone else who may be, please contact me for further details.

Dates: October 10 and 17

Times available: 8:00, 10:30a.m. and 6:30 p.m.

kmariephotographyblog@gmail.com

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Bitter Sweet
I’ve finished editing the Saint George pictures! One the one hand, it’s so rewarding to have everything done and to see the “fruits of my labor,” but I slightly wish I had more to go through.
These were all taken after Sadie declared that picture time was officially over. Stacey and I were having so much fun that Stephen took over parenting duties and let us keep on, keepin’ on. I’m so glad we did!
I caught Stephen making fun of us…
This might be one of my favorite photos of the night; Stacey is gorgeous!
I adore people who can let go and act silly once in a while – one of Stacey’s many great traits!

I dream of this photo one day gracing the pages of Anthropologie. I’m realistic enough to realize this isn’t likely to happen, but that’s why it’s a dream. :)

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Lacking Continuity

Here’s yet another batch from Saint George. I like each of these for different reasons, yet I’m not sure there’s any connecting factor – except they were shot on the same day. I only have a few more to edit from that trip, and I’ve got mixed feelings about that. I’m sad that they’re coming to an end, but I can’t wait to find out who my next subjects will be. Shoot me an email if you’d like to be the one(s)!






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First Taste of Sand
These were taken while we were in Saint George, and there are plenty more to come after this. Sadie was having so much fun playing in the sand, and she was fascinated with how the sand fell through her fingers.

And here it is: Sadie’s first taste of Sand.
Does this look like the face of a child who just ate sand?

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