It was a cool and misty day as we headed north to the Skagit Valley in search of the majestic eagle. Waters ran high but we managed to find an older eagle resting above a pond just off the shoulder of the road. He seemed to know we were watching and ‘posed’ as if on cue. We also found majestic vistas worth a shot or two.
A friend suggested Hannalie call me for her senior portraits since she no longer lives in the area. It was fun to finally put a name to a face and family I had heard about regularly. We had a wonderfully warm but slightly overcast afternoon for our romp thru the park. Hannalie attends Emerald Ridge High in Puyallup. Here are some of my favorites…
Parents always wonder why I don’t take time to gather information like name, address, serial number before we begin our sessions.. Answer is simple – when kids are involved the first few minutes are crucial. Henry was smiling and there was no time to waste! We got some great shots before he decided it was time for a nap…
I love photographing high school seniors. Maddie, her mom and I caught up with each other at the gardens on campus in West Seattle and found the perfect backdrops for her photos. Mom thought it was great working outdoors especially since Maddie is more of an outdoorsey kinda gal and into sports like volleyball. Here are some of my favorites. Don’t forget – it’s never too late or too early for senior pics!
West Seattle Art Walk at Gail Ann Gallery
4507 Wildwood Pl, West Seattle
Thursday, February 11, 5-9pm
Love is in the air!
*Lucky Break Wishbones – Wishing for tall dark and handsome?
*Twisted Sister makes handcrafted jewelry out of left over computer parts!
*Murragy’s Private Night Out by local author is the perfect Valentine Gift for children.
*AngelCare Breast Calendars – all proceeds benefit Angel Care.
Plus lots of other interesting pieces of handcrafted works that make for cool unusual gifts.
Stop by to browse or just say “hi!”