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Yearly Archives: 2010

My Neck of the Woods :: 2

Although this is my business photo journal, here’s the second installment for my new personal project, My Neck of the Woods, that I began last week. Since these photos were not taken this week, they are almost ‘out of date’ because of how much the surroundings have changed. Right now, instead of green trees, they’re […]

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Change is Coming …

Stay tuned. Change is coming. “Change always comes bearing gifts.” ~Price Pritchett ~ ~ ~ Photographs Never Forget! Keeping memories alive with custom albums and portraits.

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An Evening of Fun with a Couple Outside Grande Prairie

Since July and August were extremely busy for me, I missed posting several previews. All of the clients have received all their proofs but since I was concentrating on keeping my head above water with the workload, preview posts really did get set by the wayside. One couple I photographed last month were such a […]

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For the Love of Prints

“An image in hand can touch your heart more deeply than an image on a computer screen. Printed photographs are gifts.” ~ Meredith Winn That is EXACTLY how I feel too. Thanks Meredith. Some Handy Resources … A little something, at a reasonable price, for keeping your printed photos: Live-Love-Laugh Black Bookbound Photo Album w/ […]

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My Neck of the Woods :: 1

As mentioned in a previous post, I’m beginning to offer a glimpse into “my neck of the woods”. Most of you know I don’t live in a city or even in a town, but on a farm in NW Alberta. The closest town (of approximately 400 — which I frankly believe is a drastically inflated […]

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Dream It – Achieve It

“There is only one thing that makes a dream impossible to achieve: the fear of failure.” ~ Paulo Coelho from The Alchemist: A Fable About Following Your Dream A question I’ve been asked several times goes something like, “How did you get involved in photography?” or “How did you know photography was the right thing for […]

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