Spring has finally sprung in The Land of Eternal Winter! In honor of the flowers blooming and birds chirping, I'm offering a deal I've never offered before! (Not because I think I'm so awesome I don't need deals to drum up business, it's more of a fear thing, actually)....anyway...
Book one session, get your second 1/2 off! You can go in with a friend and split the difference or keep both sessions for yourself. There are some rules though: 1) Must be in Rexburg, ID area or within a reasonable driving distance. 2) Must schedule appointments in May. Pictures can be done in May or June, but we need to have it in the books by the end of May. Make sense? 3) Cannot be wedding/engagement/bridal portraits. I have separate pricing for those and they don't count towards this.
Prices can be found by clicking on the "pricing" tab at the top of this page. There is also a booking app to the right of this post. I can also be reached through e-mail for more details and booking info at email@example.com. Also, there is a "contact" tab at the top of the page that help you if neither of these is good for you.
Wednesday, April 20, 2011
Tuesday, April 19, 2011
Normally when I'm around my sister's kids, I constantly jam a camera in their face. However, this time due to the lack of sleep on the way there (and, I'll admit, my laziness), I was less camera-happy. I did however take a trip to my grandfather's farm with my mom. I haven't been there since he sold it when I was a kid. Luckily, the guy who bought the land kept all the old buildings I was able to get a few pictures of the farming past.
|the old outhouse|
And because I can't resist their sweetness:
Some more of my family:
|my mom and her sisters|
|most of the grandkids|
|"can we do a silly face?"|
|the church where most of my family|
is buried--Surl Primitive Baptist Church
Wednesday, April 6, 2011
Monday, April 4, 2011
I'm slowly learning that cold days and super windy days give the best sunsets. I was able to catch one of the best sunsets I've seen in a long time over the weekend and couldn't resist getting a few shots in of one of my favorite buildings here: the temple. Take a gander :)