I'm taking a break from posting babies today to show some of my personal work.
Well, here on my beloved Long Island, it certainly doesn't look like the first day of spring out there! As I type this, I'm looking out my window to see something I'm REALLY tired of at this point: snow. I mean, come on March, you're supposed to be going out like a lamb. This is not lamb-like behavior!
To distract myself from the bleak landscape I see before me, I decided to make some lovely desktop wallpapers for my readers to download and use on their computers or phones. Two of these photos I took in my own yard! The middle one of the pink orchid was taken at the Planting Fields Arboretum in Oyster Bay. If you've never been, I recommend a visit because no matter how cold it is outside, it always feels like a spring day in their greenhouse.
For desktop computers and laptops, click on the image you want to open, right-click and then select "Save Image As". For iPhones, press and hold on the image you want and then tap "Save Image". For other types of phones....beats me! Enjoy and may they remind you of sunnier days. I'm looking forward to when my island looks like this again!
I love when clients come back to me with new additions to their family. For one, it shows they had a good experience with me and that they trust me to capture more memories for their family. Secondly, I get to see how the kids I've photographed in the past have grown and changed since I last saw them. That's why I was so happy to see little Annie come in with her new baby sister, Charley Grace. As you can see, beautiful blue eyes run in their family.
Annie was so sweet and eager to cuddle with Charley during the shoot. As a little sister myself, it was great to see the beginning of their bond. I know firsthand that a sister is one of the most important relationships of your life. Annie and Charley only have to look to their mom Robyn and their aunt Kelly, who came to help during the session, to see that. I can't wait to see these girls again in the future!
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