Hi there and welcome to my photography blog. I started to create a gallery type web site but decided to make this site a bit more personal by incorporating a blog into it as well. It’s really more my style anyway. I will be posting photos from various photo shoots as well as some tidbits about the shoot so that hopefully you can learn more about me. If you have any questions or would like to schedule a photo shoot, please feel free to contact me either by going to the contact page or by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I’m in the process of moving the domain over to a new host so this site may experience some down time.
I finally got my very busy 16 year old son to stop long enough to let me snap a few photos. He’s a very photogenic kid. I’m not sure where he gets that from though because I am not photogenic in the least LOL.
We took these at a local train depot. I took several pics but these are my favorite.
And I’m very happy with the logo. The text watermarks were fine, but I wanted something that was more my style. And I think I’ve found it 🙂 .
I love short road trips. This past weekend, we traveled down to Port Gibson (actually about 8 miles out from there) to Grand Gulf Military State Park. Grand Gulf was a town back in the 1800s and saw a lot of action during the civil war. It basically became a ghost town once the Mississippi River changed course. The park has several buildings that have been moved from other surrounding areas and it’s a really nice, inexpensive place to go.
I didn’t really want to do a whole lot for Mother’s Day but since it was so pretty outside, I thought going to Turkey Creek would be a good idea. I absolutely loved all of the lily pads and lillies. I got a lot of great shots!
Landscape photography is one of my favorite things to do in my spare time. I find that it is one of the best ways to help me to relax. I think I take pictures for hours, that is, if my camera battery didn’t run down lol. These photos were taken at Mynelle Gardens in Jackson, MS.
My favorite subjects to photograph are my amazingly adorable kiddos. And no worries about the kids on the tracks. I had an assistant helping me that day and also, we were at a station where there’s only a couple of trains that run a day. We were there for over an hour and not one train came through.