Saturday, April 21, 2012

Beautiful - { South Burnett Portrait Photographer }

These images are from a session I did awhile back.  This lovely lady is so comfortable in her own skin, it was my privilege to photograph her.



Monday, April 16, 2012

Beautiful Miss A - { Kingaroy Newborn Photographer }

It was my pleasure to come back and photograph this new arrival, you might remember her Mama's photos here. Mum and Dad told me that she had been a bit unsettled today but she was a total angel for the shoot and co-operated so we got some lovely shots of her. Thanks so much for today! Enjoy the sneak peek and those precious fleeting newborn cuddles. :)





Sunday, April 15, 2012

Matt and Naomi - { Engaged }

I sent Naomi a text while I was waiting at the Blackbutt Range (I can never time it right!) to see whether we had a wet weather contingency plan for the engagement shoot because at the top of the range it was cloudy, grey and WET. I had gotten a text from one of my friends earlier that said that I must be on my way to Brisbane as it was raining there and we have a running joke that whenever I come down I bring the rain with me.

We ended up deciding to play it by ear and see how the weather looked closer to the shoot time.

Best decision ever. Because by the time 3pm rolled around it was perfect blue skies and fluffy white clouds. Naomi and Matt were awesome at taking posing directions, especially when I asked him to give Naomi a kiss - which I'm sure is a hardship for most men. :-P

Anyways, the result was a bunch of gorgeous images of this gorgeous couple. Here is a sneak peek of a few of them while I edit the rest for the gallery.

Enjoy. :)




Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Small Town - Part Three

I really wanted to take this project into the local places so I could showcase (show off) how awesome our town really is. The people are friendly and down to earth and good at what they do. The buildings have character as Nanango is the fourth oldest town in Queensland. The antique and saddlery is one of my personal favourite places. I always manage to come home with a treasure like antique tablecloths, doilies, records, rotary phones, silver frames and I *may* have snaffled the silver teaspoons from this collection of images. I have a soft spot for both silver and tea and these were too adorable. You can't miss the gorgeous old building in the centre of town so if you aren't local but feel like a drive definitely stop in!









Friday, April 6, 2012

Amanda and Bryn - { Engaged }

Easter weekend traffic is crazy. It took me an hour to get from Dakabin to Caboolture with everyone moving soooo slow. Luckily for me on my trip I had the company of 3 of my girls so we sang along with the radio, made bad jokes and tried to make words from license plates. (Evie isn't much help with most of that but she has started to try to sing along with the radio). Also we were stocked up with Easter chocolate from relatives and chocolate makes everyone feel pretty mellow about everything.

What made the ride being so slow completely torturous was that I knew I had these awesome images on my camera from the engagement shoot I did this morning and I couldn't wait to get home and process them. Luckily for me my husband missed the baby and took her for snuggles as soon as I walked in the door and I literally hugged the kids I left behind and hid myself away to upload images and start processing.

Here are a few of my favourites from today... Thanks so much for meeting up with me today, guys, it was great to catch up and I'll be in touch shortly with your full gallery!





Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Small Town - Part Two





Sunday, April 1, 2012

Run, Rabbit, Run, Rabbit... { Sunday Sharing }

Hasn't everyone's Pinterest recent activity been taken over by Easter pins? Paper mache eggs (which actually look super cool), dyed eggs, easter baskets, rabbit coats, 10 million pins of adorable bunnies which make me curse the no rabbit law in Queensland and of course little softies to make.

One of my friends made one of these cute little softies bunnies (which remind everyone I've shown of the Lindt bunny - just the mention is making me want chocolate!) from Twig and Thistle. So simple and so cute I put it on my weekend to-do list with the kids.

So Ebony, Alex, Reuben and I set out after morning chores this morning to make bunnies. They picked the fabric, traced it out (I traced Reuben's) and then cut them out and we sewed them. I worked the machine peddle and they fed the fabric through and lifted the foot to turn when needed. Obviously though the favourite part of the whole thing was stuffing them, especially since the hole we left was on the bottom of the softie, which brought out a whole heap of 'bum' jokes.

My friend Cass, from Cass Can Sew then made up a duckling pattern and sewed one of those and kindly shared it on her blog so everyone can have a go....guess what the kids want to do tomorrow?

Softie Bunny HERE.
Duckling found HERE.



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