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Back to Photography

Hello everyone!

I am excited to say that I am back at taking photos on a semi-regular basis. I hope to be freelancing more and taking photos groups, friends, and events.  I will spend this post on what photos I have been taking in recent times. Plus, I will enlighten everyone on the kind of projects that I am jumpig into!

Over the last 6 months or so, I have taken photos in 3 different genres.  First, I find myself being drawn back to the roots of nature.  It is quite cleansing and freeing to spend time amongst the trees.  So while in New Mexico, where can someone go to find an abundance of greenery? To the Jemez Mountains!

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Gymnastics Pictures – Flip N’ Twist: Girl Power Invitational 2009

Yesterday and today, I worked with CO Photos in the Photo booth at a gymnastics meet at the Girl Power Invitational up in Hamilton, Ohio.  We were a little slow this morning, so I was able to take the camera for about 10 minuts and fire off some shots of a few girls of their routine on the floor.  Here are a few pictures:

A gymnast takes a pause in between moves in her routine on the floor.
A gymnast takes a pause in between moves in her routine on the floor.
An athlete gets ready to do a somersault on the floor at the Girl Power Invitational.
An athlete gets ready to do a somersault on the floor at the Girl Power Invitational.

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Kids, Krohn Conservatory, Portraits

Kids’ Portraits at the Krohn Conservatory

This past Friday I met Jason at the Krohn Conservatory.  This is a great place to take pictures since it’s open year round, the plants and flowers are taken care of, and there’s almost always people.  I love going to the conservatory, but if I go to a place and don’t like what’s going on  there, then I almost always end up taking pictures of the people.

To see CityBeat’s New Media Director Cameron Knight‘s multimedia piece on the current show – See “the Enchanted Oasis at Krohn Conservatory” at CityBeat’s Webstie.

Anyway, Jason brought his kids – 2 1/2 year old twins Elizabeth and Jackson. Here are a few images I took while we were there.

Elizabeth drops a blue pebble into the water.
Elizabeth drops a blue pebble into the water.
Jackson makes a "Priceless" look on his face while running with a handful of blue pebbles.
Jackson makes a "Priceless" look on his face while running with a handful of blue pebbles.