Monroe Street Bridge

General, Monroe Street Bridge, Pacific Northwest

Another iconic landmark in Spokane Washington I photographed today… It’s the Monroe Street Bridge which was build in 1911 an spans the Spokane River. At completion, it was the largest concrete arch bridge in the U.S and the longest in the world.

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My Best Friend… Lost But Not Forgotten

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Let me introduce you to my best friend CONSTANTINE AUGUSTS. I lost my best friend a few years ago, but there isn’t a day I don’t think of my little guy.

I recently found this image of Constantine which was so dark you could barely make him out in the image. Over the last week I’ve been determined to save the image and I was able to come away with this sweet memory of my buddy.

Time for Sharing

Abstract Photography, General

The artwork has been created, the art show has been planned for months…. Now it’s my time to sit back and listen to people talk with one another and discuss their interpretation of my abstract photography……it truly brings me joy.

They got it RIGHT

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Finally after 61 years on this planet someone finally spelled my name correctly…… see there truly are miracles…. oh on a side note what’s a photographer do…. PHOTOGRAPH IT LOL

What’s For Dinner

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Since I was very young, food has been heart and soul of our family. The women in our family were absolutely amazing at making meals everyone truly enjoyed.

I’ve returned to my youthful memories of food and its beauty by photographing the dinners I prepare for my own family.

BON APPETITE

Hooked My Man

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The day I hooked my hubby….. the life of a couple who fishes together…. MEMORIES

Florence Italy

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I captured this image while in Florence Italy…, you will be forever in my heart

First Senior Portraiture Session In The Books

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Joe gave me the opportunity of a lifetime, he’s my first Senior Portraiture client. He’s an amazing young man and I had so much fun photographing him….. Thank you Joe.

Lessons learned while photographing watch for hand placement and posing…. practice will only make me better.

Preserving Life Through Images

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rose

Before I entered the world of photography, I realize I rarely slowed down long enough to appreciate the beauty around me, this is why I love getting into photography, you slow down and see the world around you.  People, places and things start to take on another world to you and I’m finding that I’m actually connecting to my community and the people around me in ways  I never have before.  Photographing the beauty of what nature gives us is so rewarding.  I love the lines, textures and range of colors nature gives us in her works of art.

It’s my goal in my photography to document people, places and nature, letting my camera capture what I see because I believe documenting what I see is in someway preserving a time in history.  The above image I feel I’ve capture the beauty of the rose in its glory, because soon it will die and I will soon forget just how beautiful it was.  Life in any form is so fragile and can be gone in a moment, memories fade and we wish we had something to remember what is close to us, so document what you see and hold on to your memories .