I cant believe this little munchkin is 6 months old already! It seems like just a few weeks ago we were doing Christmas photos and his mommy, Kati, was barely showing. I loved being Stewart’s photographer last Sunday. He is such a happy little boy and so darn cute! I guess it doesn’t hurt that his parents could have just stepped out of a magazine. They make my job so easy!
This is one of my favorite photos of all time. Look at those eyes!
Isn’t he just a doll!?
I had the most awesome session at Sims Lake Park with Jenny and Lindsay last Sunday. Jenny is the aunt of sweet Libby featured a couple of weeks back.
We could not have had a better day for pictures and these two were such a blast to work with. They are so photogenic they made my job super easy. 🙂
I hope you enjoy their photos. I couldn’t be happier with them.
Isn’t Lindsay beautiful?!?Thanks for visiting my blog. Check Facebook on Thursday for more from Jenny and Lindsay’s session.
Have a great week!
Its that time of year again, when the leaves start to change and the air gets cooler, and my husband drags me kicking and screaming into the great outdoors…. Ok Im kidding, a little. This past weekend it was Sylva, North Carolina. The hubby found a great, dog friendly cabin for us to spend out two year anniversary, and below are some pics from the hike we did on Day 2.
This is my 11 year old Chihuahua, Oswald.
And this is our 5 year old Brittany Spaniel mix, Cocoa.
I would love to hear which of our fur babies is your favorite??
Thanks for visiting. Until next week, all the best,
Just a couple shots from a weekend hike up Brass Town Bald in Young Harris, GA. We were lucky enough to reach the top just before the sunset, but as the sun started to go down, so did the temperature.
The wind was freezing by the time we made it back down.
Loved that i was able to catch these two watching the sunset.
Thanks for visiting my blog, and please check out the A.J. Click’s Photography page on Facebook.
I’ve known Lala for at least 10 years, so I was thrilled when she contacted me to schedule a session. We decided to do the shoot on their property out in Carrollton. Their land is beautiful and before the rain started, we had awesome weather. Lala and her husband Kerry were so easy to work with, and their boys, Logan and Chase made my job easy.
I’ve had so much fun editing this session!
Love the colors in this family shot.
A serious one of Logan. He was a natural.
Little Chase is such a sweetheart!
The whole family. Lala’s parents and brother and sister.
Lala requested this shot and I love how it turned out!
Thanks for checking out the blog! Comments are appreciated!
More photos from the Lepard’s shoot will be available on the Facebook page on Thursday. 🙂
Have a great week!
Well I feel like I am being welcomed back to the world of the living… we finally have internet at our new house! The sessions were piling up, but at last, I can now share some of the images.
The first session in line is for my good friends the Travis’s. I was in absolute heaven doing their shoot out at Jamie’s uncle’s beautiful home. Not to mention, her daughter is a completely adorable munchkin. I think the photos speak from themselves, but I do happen to be a little biased. I would love to hear what you think!
I hope you enjoy!!!
Isn’t she just a doll?!
Love this one of Tatum laughing with Daddy.
Such a beautiful couple!Peaking through the leaves to catch Tatum picking tomatoes.
Thanks for visiting, and check back next week for the Hoey’s Newborn Session. Precious Baby Sean has arrived!
Have a great week,
Last weekend I had the pleasure of doing the Oakland Cementary Tour with my husband and my In-laws.
If you are from Atlanta and have never been down to Oakland, I highly recommend it.
Not only is Margaret Mitchell buried there, the architecture is amazing.
I wanted to share a few of the images I captured that day.
A summer storm was rolling in so the sky was really cooperating with the feel I was going for.
As always, thanks for reading and I love to hear your comments!
Have a great week,
Just got back into town last night from what I’m calling the “Mini Tour of South GA”. My husband and I visited Warm Springs, to tour FDR’s Little White House, then headed farther South to Okefenokee State Park, and finally rounded out the four day weekend in Savannah.
It was a great trip, but getting in around 10PM last night doesn’t leave much time for me to work on editing photos for a Tuesday Blog post. On top of that, my sweet husband just got me Photoshop Elements, which I am trying to simultaneously learn how to use.
So, all that being said, I wanted to share a small sample from this past weekend’s getaway. These are all from our time at Okefenokee and are just a few compared to the 400+ I took over the four days.
He’s smiling right?! More like hissing. This gator was none too happy when our boat got close to his floating ‘house’.
We got really lucky with the weather. It rained all day then suddenly cleared up about an hour before our boat tour. Here is a shot of the sun beginning to peak through.
I love the way the sun reflects in the splash just beyond the water lily.
There were stacks and stacks of kayaks for rent. Love that solar flare peaking over these.
I love the colors in this one. The reflection is amazing… Its a perfect mirror image.
I would love to hear any and all feedback on these! Look for additional photos from Okefenokee this Thursday on the Facebook page.
Thanks for visiting my blog, and Happy Tuesday!!!