Yearly Archives: 2011

Merry Christmas {Brisbane Award Winning Photographer}

This year is fast coming to a close – much quicker than I anticipated!

I’ve had a particularly busy last quarter – so busy in fact that I simply did not have the time to devote attention to things I wanted so dearly to. Particularly, to my Friday’s Favourite project and also to my blog in general. However, January is fast approaching! It is my favourite time of the year for personal endeavours. It’s the month I partake in my Photo of the Day project and will be the third year I have undertaken it. So stay tuned for that.

Today though, I put things aside to snap some pictures of my Willow and her best friend Tilly (who has featured a little on my blog). In addition I made sure I got around to editing said images and hallelujah they’ve made it to my blog.

So here you have two beautiful fairies, all excited and merry, which brings me to why I’ve really blogged tonight. I wanted to extend a thank you to my wonderful clients in 2011. Thank you for allowing me to share in the beauty that is your life. May the magic of love twinkle in your lives throughout the Christmas season and for the upcoming new year.

I read this fitting quote about Christmas just recently, and I love it:

A lovely thing about Christmas
Is that it’s compulsory,
Like a thunderstorm,
And we all go through it together.

So please, enjoy the thunderstorm and I will see you in 2012!

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Harry {Brisbane Baby Photographer}

I don’t believe I’ve shared any pictures of my Byron as a toddler, but picture little Harry below and you will get a fair idea. He had the whitest hair and the bluest eyes, just like Harry. It therefore comes as no surprise that I think little Harry is adorable! And equally adorable are the portraits of him with his mummy. There is nothing like a mum and baby son portrait – I only wish I had some like this of my boy and I when he was 13 months…

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Quinn {Brisbane Newborn Photographer}

There are divine things more beautiful than words can tell ~ Whitman.

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