Backyard Chickens and Gardening – Part Two

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Gardening — If you just got here, don’t forget to read part one – backyard chickens – revisited. As I mentioned, I re-purposed wood from an old deck into raised bed gardens for gardening in our chicken run and then decided to purchase chickens.  Gardening and chickens do not go…

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Backyard Chickens and Gardens – Part One

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Backyard Chickens Again Life has a funny way of changing or “circling back”….. When I was growing up, gardening was a normal part of life.  My father had a huge garden sitting in the middle of an acre in the suburbs of Baltimore County.   I remember spending hours picking…

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And I’m back photographing – let’s kick this week off ;)

I took a much needed break.  We have a lot of life transitions.  My husband starts a new job – huge transition – tomorrow morning.  I’m very proud of him, definitely a big move forward.  We’ve had a few personal transitions as well… That said – I’m back taking photo…

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Easter Photos with Children and Farm Animals (Rabbits, Chicks, Etc.)

“What about Easter Mini Sessions?…. that’s all we are seeing everywhere….”Lots of changes taking place in the next couple months in regard to Newborn Photography.  I will be revamping websites and adding a few more sites, products, and offerings….  In the meantime, Easter is coming! While I would love to…

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Snow horses

Catching up on some photos and took a few minutes outside yesterday to photograph our horses in the snow.  I have two canvases in my front hallway of two of our three horses, and have been waiting for a good snow to add the third.  It’s nice to have a…

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An unexpected hurdle – horses

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In Yesterday’s Post, I wrote about my life changing yet again and discussed the morning routine with the horses.  This is kind of a continuation.  It’s really a great thing that my work situation changed.  I needed to get a hold of the balance of work and life and an unexpected…

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Life Changes Again

Around two years ago, after over 10 years of being a full-time photographer, I announced I was heading back into “corporate America” as an accountant and then later on, a controller. Photography became secondary and part-time.   I left my position, and this past month, I moved photography back to the…

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Lionhead Rabbits – Maryland Photographer

Erynn and I were brainstorming the other day after the arrival of two surprise litters of lionhead baby rabbits (also known as “kits”) and decided we must do some official “newborn” photographs of these tiny little creatures. A bit of background:  If you have followed this blog, you know we…

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