Thursday, June 9, 2016

Wildlife challenge | Redmond Portrait Photographer

I was nominated by Stephanie Kuwasaki to do the Nature Photo Challenge for 7 days. Here is day 2.

This just happened last night! Momma bear and her two cubs, one of which climbed up a tree lightening fast when I went outside and the other not quite ready. The little one kept looking up and assessing the tall tree repeatedly (which was pretty cute) and decided to stay close to mom.

Momma kept one eye on the her cub that was already up the tree and she made eye contact with me, but when she went for a second helping (from my now broken latched bear resistant toter that she moved and got into with complete ease ) I wanted her to stop, so I didn't have garbage all over my yard--a little was fine, but seconds... no ;)

Please excuse the quality of these images, it was nearly dark and I was pushing my settings.


Monday, June 6, 2016

Northern Lights | Redmond, WA Portrait Photographer


The aurora showed up this morning, later than expected and a bit weak, but that's how it goes sometimes...  sit and wait... and if you're lucky you see the colors on the horizon and maybe some pillars of light.

This was taken from Duvall, WA


This one was taken from the Mukilteo Ferry Terminal 


Friday, May 20, 2016

Catching up on some editing + Bellevue Portrait Photographer

Catching up on some editing while I have a chance.  This is perfect weather for photographing sessions right now, not too hot and not too cold.  Overcast days are the best for scheduling sessions, so there's no harsh shadows and light changing every other minute.  I am currently scheduling 2017 senior sessions and if you are interested in booking a session with me, I'd love to hear from you!

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Monday, May 9, 2016

Northern Lights | Mother's Day 2016


About 1:10 am Sunday morning I was just about asleep after a few long days when I decided very spur of the moment to head out to see if I could catch the Aurora closer to home. I was too tired to drive up north, so I ended up on a country road in Duvall and was able to see the Northern Lights in front of me and overhead. Certainly not like my previous captures, but worth leaving my warm bed. These were taken around 1:45 am on Mother's Day