Category Archives: Share Six Blog Circle

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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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

Thank you for joining us for Share Six’s September Blog Circle. This month our theme is {Reflections}. I’m sharing with you a couple of images from just a few days ago, a trip to the beach here in Massachusetts (where the wind was too strong and the water too rough to get good reflections), and […]

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  • These are great Ceri. I kept thinking I love this and then I got to the next one and I loved that as well. I think my favorites are your son leaning on the counter and the last black and white image. What a great share.ReplyCancel

  • liz

    Truly, the depth you’ve captured using reflections is brilliant. In each image I found myself getting pulled back in particularly with one with the child in the red coat <3 Lovely as always!ReplyCancel

  • Kathy Ledbetter

    LOVE LOVE LOVE these! Each of these is so beautifully processed and has such a great composition. Not only that the stories with each one are captivating and beautiful! Amazing post and reflection images!ReplyCancel

  • I just love these, Ceri! The beach images are so beautiful, and I love the depth of the image where the child is leaning on the counter and the red coat. Gorgeous work!ReplyCancel

It’s Share Six Blog Circle time again! Kathy has picked a fascinating theme for this month; we want to see your take on the theme {Collections}. When I was young I collected stamps and pigs. Yep, pigs. Word. It was a phase that lasted quite some time, but as I matured and became less of […]

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