30 Days of Tiny Gratitudes

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This November I took the ’30 Days of Tiny Gratitudes’ challenge to find ONE word every day for something I am a grateful for.  If you’ve never taken on a ‘thankfulness’ challenge like this, I encourage you to do so.  It is a wonderful way to reflect on everything that is good in your life – from tiny pleasures to monumental blessings.  There is so much to be thankful for…

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Chalk One Up For Art

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We spent a marvelous morning on the streets of Denver for the annual Chalk Art Festival.  This event features more than 200 professional and amateur artists who spend hours on their hands and knees over the course of two days, transforming Larimer Square into a bright and colorful street museum, adorned in vivid pastel chalks.

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Autumn Light

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“There is a particular kind of afternoon sun that exists only in autumn. A golden light drapes itself over the world of that hour. It falls through the afternoon sky, fine and faint as a swirl of smoke caught in the wind, nearly transparent. So sweet, that light, insisting softly, goldly against the windows.”

Congratulations Graduates!

Studio B Class of 2016 - 2.jpgA huge shout out to each one of these graduates!  It was a such pleasure to be your senior portrait photographer.  I wish you the absolute best as you head into the next chapter of your life!

Make your own path. Follow your own lead. Nobody else’s footsteps lead exactly where you’re going.

 

Listen Up!

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Meet Sophia & Emma.

From all outward appearances these two are just typical sisters – opposite in every way.  One is outgoing.  The other shy.  One is girly.  The other not so much.  One is tall.  The other petite.  One has long, curly hair.  The other sports a pixie cut.  One looks like dad.  The other looks like mom.  Need I go on?

Despite all this individuality, these two sisters do have one significant thing in common:  They were both born with profound, bilateral hearing loss.

In laymen’s terms, they are deaf.

You’d never know this if you met them.  In fact, they are just about as ‘typical’ as any two teens/tweens can be: Continue reading