Category Archives: documentary

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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We are on the final countdown. These are our last few weeks living in the desert. Our last few weeks putting up with stupid hot temperatures (and boy are they stupid, forecast to reach 118F next week). Our last few weeks with a swimming pool. Our last few weeks needing a swimming pool! So what […]

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  • […] “Turquoise.” Next up is the talented artist, Ceri Herd of Ceri Herd Photography – Click HERE to enjoy the beauty she has […]ReplyCancel

  • Nikki

    118?!? I would live in the pool all summer long. These images are STUNNING!ReplyCancel

  • Sarah

    Goodness these images ❤️❤️❤️! I love every water droplet and reflection as they soak up the joy of childhood in the summer! Beautifully captured! Can’t wait to see those ski pictures!ReplyCancel

  • Ceri these are awesom and I know I would need a pool with 118 F temps – that is just crazy – I hate the Florida heat and we never get that high. That pool looks so inviting. I wish you the very best on your new adventure.ReplyCancel

  • Liz

    Absolutely wonderful series that has such movement and joy! The viewer can truly FEEL through the way you used your talents to capture such a special part of your lives there. Blessings as you transition to the East Coast (promise, you’ll swim here too!) :) <3ReplyCancel

Another month has been and gone. Yet another month that has flown by in a whirl of I don’t know what. We started April in Boston. If you follow my Facebook page you’ll have seen that we will be moving to Massachusetts in June. We were decision-making, looking at houses and schools, exploring different neighbourhoods, visiting friends, […]

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This month’s Share Six theme is Street. Oooh, it’s a good one! I have appreciated the art of Street Photography for as long as I have appreciated art itself. But since I have been able to call myself a photographer, Street Photography is not an art I have mastered. So I want to take this theme […]

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  • Ceri you have taken me back to 1987 and our European trip. We stopped over in Venice and walked in the square and crossed the bridges. We were warned that if we fell in the river we were off to the hospital to have our stomach pumped. I remember the beautiful masks that you have captured so well, and the stunning glass work being done in the city. We sat at one of the tables at the edge of the square to have coffee. Your blog has me right back there. Wow, this is awesome and you are so right, pictures capture a moment in time. I also love all the tips that you gave on your page. Great share.ReplyCancel

  • Beautiful images, Ceri! I’d love to go to Italy someday. And I love the tips you shared.ReplyCancel

  • Beautiful images, Ceri. My fave is of the lady on the bridge and the laundry. I assume that’s Venice? I loved shooting street photography there, and definitely, including their laundry out to dry!ReplyCancel

  • Liz

    Absolutely loved your images and that you took the opportunity to share tips. I also so appreciate that you highlighted that “we all need to stop for a moment and look” – just a perfect reminder. <3ReplyCancel

  • Claire Porter

    Wow Ceri these are stunning. I love the one with the boy on the bike. Definitely my favourite. I wish when I went to Sicily in the late 90’s that I was doing photography then. These just make me want to go back there. Fabulous!ReplyCancel

Welcome to the next edition of the my month Unscripted! March has been a bit of whirlwind around here, I feel like my feet haven’t touched the ground. We’ve taken a week long road trip to Texas and back, spent a weekend in Page to visit Antelope Canyon, and at the end of the month […]

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