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Sleepy Hollow Products!

Now selling my “Sleepy Hollow” photo on new products! Currently selling on iPhone 4/4s/5/5s Cases, iPad Mini Case, Kindle Kickstand Case, Nook Cover, iPad Sleeve, Kindle Sleeve, Padfolio, Journal, Greeting Cards, Key Chains and Charms! More products coming!

Sleepy Hollow Iphone 5/5S Tough Case Broken Window Photography.

Revisiting the Covered Bridge

I’m finally catching up with my fellow bloggers posts from the last couple of weeks. I’ve noticed a lot of people posting their goals for this year, where they want to go, what they want to see, eat, and who they hope to meet. I’ve always been awful at making these goals, I always feel let down when they don’t work out, and yes, most of the time it’s because I can be lazy haha! This year is going to different, I really want to make goals and try to make them work out. I want to be proud of myself when I accomplish them and make others proud as well 🙂

As you can see, my last post was revisiting a local waterfall. I’m enjoying going back to past locations and trying to look at them differently. What can I do to make this seem as big as it looks in my mind? Last year I posted Covered bridges remind me of Sleepy Hollow and didn’t take many shots of it at all! This bridge has so many sides and angles, and I wanted to give you a better look 🙂

I woke up and went straight to it, the sun was coming out of the fog that had settled the night before and I thought they turned out beautifully 🙂

My first goal is, to revisit my past picture locations and try to make them better. Try to make them tell more of a story than I was able to tell before. Here’s a different look!

 

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Revisiting Moon Falls

My husband and I went to Moon Falls this time last year, but at that time I didn’t have my wide angle lens! I was going to go back this last summer to capture it, but life got a little busy and I ended up forgetting about it. Yesterday I woke up and told William, “We need to go to Moon Falls, I’ve been putting it off for way too long!” HAHA! It was a cloudy day and by the time we left it had started raining, but the pictures turned out pretty anyways. Not as beautiful as the last time I was there, but still happy to see it through my wide angle lens 🙂

 

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Goodbye 2013

Happy New Year everyone!

I hope you all had a fun and safe New Years. This last year was a hard one on us. We lost my 12 year old cat, George, unexpectedly and then right before Christmas we lost a family friend. 2013 had so many downs that it was hard for us to find the good times. With all the heart ache and frustrations, I was thankful to have family and of course, my amazing husband William next to me during it all. 

I’m hoping to start up some goals and actually complete them this year. I do love the beginning of new years, that clean slate feeling, the way you think you can do anything and it’s going to happen this time! HAHA! Lots of thoughts run through my mind, I just hope to accomplish some of them 🙂 

These were taken New Year’s Eve around our neighborhood! My last pictures of 2013

 

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These were found under our tree! 

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We Found the Sledders!

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Here in the pacific northwest we rarely get snow like this, powdery and fresh for almost a week! The first couple of days we just wanted to walk around and take it all in 🙂 While driving around we went up to where we normally can’t go because it’s private property, but apparently no body cared lol! We saw about a dozen people sledding and it was a really fun and beautiful day. I’m just glad I had Frank (my Canon) with me 🙂

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