Another edition of the Share Six Blog Circle is live! This month the team are sharing their take on the theme {Wonderland}. To me, and most of you I’m sure, Wonderland means Winter Wonderland. Specifically, Snow. But we’re yet to see any snow here this year. I grew up where we saw snow maybe once a […]

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I am thankful. I am thankful each and every day. I am thankful for my people. For my husband. For the opportunities that his success has provided for us all. For my Scottsdale Village, who I miss dearly and daily. For our new home and our new school. For a photography community who support me, guide me […]

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It’s Share Six Blog Circle time again! I don’t think I have ever known a faster October. Where is the year going?! This month Share Six’s theme is {Harvest}. Such a perfect theme for this time of year. It is our first Autumn/Fall in Massachusetts and we’ve been having fun exploring different farms and pick-your-own orchards […]

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  • Liz

    Well, I knew these would be amazing. Girl, you are an expert at framing, composition, and perfect use of light and contrast. Your images tell such rich stories – what incredible treasures for you and your family! <3ReplyCancel

    • Liz, I’m blushing, thank you so much for your kind words and continued encouragement – it means SO much to me, truly <3ReplyCancel

  • Ceri, how nice it must have been to have your parents come and visit. What a special time. And oh my apple doughnuts sound really good. And what fun it must be to go and pick apples. I have yet to find any place where you can go and pick fruit down here. I love all your images but the first one is definitely my favorite.ReplyCancel

  • Second to last!! =) And yay that your parents got to visit and be a part of your beautiful series!ReplyCancel

Oh my, much excitement! The theme for this month might just be my favourite photographic thing ever! If you’ve followed this blog for any length of time you’ll know that I use a whole range of creative techniques to pull myself out of creative blocks, to say something different, but first and foremost to relay […]

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  • Ceri I love these and you are so talented at creating these effects. My favorite (and it was a really hard choice) was the 4th one down. I loved the contrast between the dreaminess and the dark branch. Thank you so much as well for the tutorial, I am going to spend some time reading it.ReplyCancel

  • Claire Porter

    Ceri I love all your images. I have also read your how to guide and look forward to seeing what else you advise on in the up coming months. I love you’re tree top image the most but truly all are just amazing!ReplyCancel

  • Liz

    The textures here are absolutely incredible. I love how your vision truly connects the images together to create stunning images that are not only gorgeous, but also leave the viewer lingering and longing for more. <3ReplyCancel

Welcome to the first in my series of {How To….}! I often get asked, “how did you do that?” (although I often think the real question is “why did you do that?!” haha!) so my plan is to share with you exactly how I do those little in-camera tricks that I do and why. If I […]

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