Where does the time go? Another year in review

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2015 year in review

2015 year in reviewHere is a compilation of images from my 2015 work. A big thank you goes out to all the clients who made me look so good! I'm looking forward to new clients and more fun in 2016 so give me a call and let's get to it.

A big thank you goes out to all the clients who made my work shine in 2015. This is a compilation of some of my favorite images. Here's to making many more fun memories together in 2016. Give me a call and let's get to it!

 


First swim

Our first lab mix was afraid to swim, so when Marley Jo came along I hoped she would be different. At a very young age she would go in the water but it took a few visits before she took off and actually swam. Making her first swim even better for me was using my new 100-400mm lens. Another yellow lab named Bella arrived and it was impossible to tell the two dogs apart as they played. Deb Duncan is a custodian shown working at Iowa State University's Eaton Hall, May 13, 2015 in Ames, Iowa. Photo by Mary Willie Deb Duncan is a custodian shown working at Iowa State University's Eaton Hall, May 13, 2015 in Ames, Iowa. Photo by Mary Willie


Welcome baby Jonah!

Thanks to Jonah and his lovely mother Lily for letting me hang out with them on a beautiful spring morning. Pudgy fingers and toes wiggled while the five-week-old struggled to stay awake. When we thought he was sleeping soundly, the click of my camera shutter caused him to stir and fuss. After having this happen three times, I decided the day's photo shoot was done. Sleep well Jonah, we will get more pictures next time.


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