Eaves, can you knit me a hat?
It was our first ever photoshoot. It feels like it was a lifetime ago, but in actuality it's only been 4 years.
My first couple of shoots, Tim Eatherton was my photographer. He's totally fantastic! Like super fantastic! But now I live 4 hours away, so I've had to figure it out on my own.
I have no idea how he manages to do it, but my Faithful Sherpa always seems to catch me with my eyes closed!
We drove up to Round Valley Lake for a mini photo shoot. It was cold and super icy, but beautiful! Let me quickly show you...
It's been super cold here lately! It was 13 degrees yesterday morning, warming up to a balmy 21 degrees during the day! So it was a perfect time for a mini photoshoot!
I met up with friends this past weekend, at Mid-Town Coffee in Quincy. I wanted to show my appreciation for working with me on a quick photoshoot earlier this year.
“Come on, you should just do it,” Kristy said. I have been knitting forever, always creating something and giving it away. I love watching their face when I give someone a freshly knitted hat! "Come on, just do it!" she said.
Look at the age, the color, and emotions of this old barn. I love old buildings. And they provide such inspiration for me. The colorways are incredible here, brown, tan, gray, black, with a pinch of yellow. Beautiful!
The ever beautiful, Melissa Clason.
"She's an artist," I heard them saying from the opposite end of the counter. "I know she is, I've seen her work." The two women walked over to our table where my Faithful Sherpa and I were having dinner Saturday night. "Do you have your work at the Blue Goose?" they asked. "Are you an artist?"