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Last month, I wrote about how I started my new Gluten-Free Foodie blog, and with that a new genre — food photography. Well last week I had the opportunity to test out my new genre on location. I was really … Continue reading
I have just launched a new blog called Gluten-Free Foodie, because I have been gluten-free for nearly a decade and have noticed that the culinary world around me has changed drastically in the last year. The number of gluten-free options … Continue reading
I just returned from a trip to the Pacific Northwest, where we were blessed with a break from the Houston heat, at least for a couple of days, until even the greater Seattle area experienced at least one 90 degree … Continue reading
Of course, I couldn’t post pictures of Ava on Easter, without sharing the best images of Luke’s photo session as well. He is also a master at facial expression. Must have to do with constantly having a camera shoved in … Continue reading
Here Ava looks quite happy, her eyes are a little more open than in the shot that I posted last Tuesday, and both of her socks are now off (as opposed to one on and one off)…. but the other … Continue reading
Here, Ava looks so innocent and wondrous. I love her expression. But at first I hated that I did not take off the one sock. For consistency in the image. In retrospect, however, I decided that I like it there. … Continue reading
Ok. So I am a little behind at posting this image from two months ago. Its a little difficult sometimes trying to launch a photography career while also taking care of a three-year-old and one-year-old. But I still wanted to … Continue reading
my echeveria produced flowers this spring. i have never seen an echeveria flower and didn’t really know they produced flowers. but why wouldn’t they? other cactus and succulents produce flowers. anyway, it was an amazingly small and detailed flower and … Continue reading
… on my next door neighbor’s tree.
here is one of many flowers that have been blooming in my garden this spring. i love columbines. their flowers and leaves are so delicate.