New Years Eve: 2010

We have never looked forward to a new year quite like the anticipation for 2011. (For many reasons.) A new year means new memories to be made. 2010 was full of them for Ellen and I. We were able to be part of sharing in many great memories. We were able to capture first kisses of newly married couples as well as witness friends and family take the matrimonial leap of faith. We were able to provide lasting images from senior year for some amazing clients and see our brother finish up his own high school career. We walked with a family battling cancer to give them the immortal gift of a family portrait. (And celebrated the life of a friend lost.) We were there to capture the life of Hope Abigail–and were thankful to be able to give the Gordon’s lasting memories of their sweet girl. We watched the sun rise and the sun set, we walked in tragedy and celebration, we saw death and life, and every moment shaped us into better people and better photographers. And so we say thank you to everyone of our clients. You invested in our abilities, but you also invested in our lives.

In this last entry of 2010 I leave you with the McBeth family. We have known the McBeth’s for 5 years (although it seems like forever). We have watched their girls grow from sweet little cutie-pies into beautiful young women full of life and character. Lady McBeth (Shellie) called and asked if we could do a session with the full extended McBeth family. Blake’s brother’s family as well as his mom and dad were in town for Christmas: and wanted to capture a few memories of the family all together.

We woke up to a cold front that moved in and brought with it a steady wind…no fun for photographing. I think we won the battle with the wind and weather and came out with a great session to share with you. We find it very fitting to end the year with an entry of our friends. Thanks!

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