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Archive for November 2010

Children's Photography, Lexington NC

Sunday, November 14, 2010

It was a beautiful fall day to be outside taking pictures. Here are a few from this weekend.

Child Photography, Lexington Winston-Salem

Monday, November 8, 2010

There is something to be said about the love you feel for your close friend's children. These two little girls have been my guinea pigs from day one of photography.

I have to say that they are both getting good at modeling, but watch out world because the youngest is only three and she already knows how to work it!!

Tanglewood Park, Photographer

I have frequented Tanglewood dozens of times over the past couple months. It is my favorite park to shoot in because it offers so much diversity. I am amazed that more families don't take advantage of the great local escape.

Here is a little history on the park.

History of Tanglewood Gardens

Tanglewood Arboretum was claimed by Sir Walter Raleigh for Queen Elizabeth on
March 25th, 1584.

Among the earliest European settlers of the Yadkin River Valley was William Johnson, an immigrant from Wales. In 1757, just four years after the Moravian settlement of the Wachovia Tract, in the nearby communities of Bethabara and Salem, Johnson purchased the mile square portion of the present Tanglewood Park.

Johnson built a fort overlooking the Yadkin River to protect his family and neighbors from attacks during the French and Indian War. He died in 1765. A simple frame church was built in 1809 next to his grave and remains as one of the Park’s architectural attractions.

Seeing Double, Lexington Photographer

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Into my studio bounced two little balls of energy and joy. These sisters were sooo adorable, I think if I were their mother I would never put down my camera. Oh, wait I never put down my camera anyway.


Tuesday, November 2, 2010

This web-savy bride found me while in town for work. I am ever so glad she did because I had a fantastic time shooting at Tanglewood with them.

At the end of the session they shared a really neat new product with me. This is the FujiFilm Instax 210 Instant camera. It brings back the old school Poloroid technology. And with film costing less than a dollar a shot, I think this is a great deal.