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Yearly Archives: 2009

Camera Slipcovers

A couple months ago Shutter Sisters featured a post about nifty camera straps (recycled seat belts at PhotoJojo) and strap slipcovers (various individuals at Etsy). Today my cyberfriend Junie Moon has shared how she made her own camera slipcovers for hers and her husband’s camera strap. I urge you to check out her post because, […]

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Down Memory Lane

I scanned a trio of old snapshots — I hope you enjoy them (Kelly) 🙂 “Jake Amira” as a yearling (1973) “Jake” as a 2 yr old winning against 3 yr olds at the Calgary International Arabian Horse Show 1974 An old snapshot of Diane (1969) with Nakima Sweetpea (left) and Farra (right)  

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Paired for Life

Diane is an on-location lifestyle photographer based near Grande Prairie, serving all of Alberta and Central/Northern BC. Visit Diane Schuller Photography.

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Taking Photos of Your Dog / Pet (Rewind Wednesday)

Kelly and Victoria at Design Ties are beginning a concept called Rewind Wednesday. The idea is to spend more time enjoying summer (away from the computer) therefore replaying a post from the archives on this day. I’ve decided to participate with their inaugural Rewind Wednesday. TAKING PICTURES OF YOUR DOG / PET (from April 7, […]

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It Doesn’t Seem Right

It doesn’t seem right for there to be cloudy skies, or days of sadness … why doesn’t sadness fall away or evaporate like summer rain? It doesn’t seem right. (And still being very unwell with this heavy flu simply doesn’t seem right either!) Looking for brighter days, brighter skies, and feeling well hopefully soon. Since […]

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Canada Day

The reason I haven’t been posting is because I’m struggling with a bad flu (yes, again). Today is Canada Day so a big shout out to all my Canadian neighbours! Enjoy the day spent outdoors away from the computer.  See you when I’m feeling better. If wishes could come true, this is where I’d want […]

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