This weekend we had the opportunity to do something amazing: have a puppy sleepover! Okay, so neither of the involved parties are actually puppies. They’re both full grown dogs. In my eyes, however, they are both puppies, so we had a Puppy Play Date! Of course I could not help but take photos of precious little Ellie. She’s too cute for words, so I’ll let the photos do the talking. This is Ellie: Adorable, right? To say there is a size difference between Ellie and Indy would be stating the obvious. You can tell by the way Ellie is slightly leaning away from Indy in the photo below that she… Keep Reading
Meet my sister. Known as Wren now-a-days, to me (& the government) she is Ashley. Together we have lived in three different states, and now we also have Middle Tennessee in common. That’s right, last month my little sister packed up her two cats and gazillion books (that’s not even an exaggeration) and moved into an adorable little apartment here in Nashville.
This week I’ve been revamping my Meet Michelle page on my website. My old about section talked a lot about why I do photography. In other words, how did I get into photography in the first place? Rather than doing away with that information on my website all together, I decided that it would be stellar blog topic.
Over the Thanksgiving holiday, I asked Lindsay if she would mind me taking a few photos of her and her daughter, Fairah, in front of their new house (I like to call it the Girl House). The tree in front of their picture perfect home seemed to be in peak color, catching my eye every time I passed it by. Get ready, folks, because this is going to be a photo-heavy blog post! First of all, check out this beautiful house, complete with every girls dream bedroom window! Fairah is one lucky little girl!
January is the start of a new year. A lot of people start out the new year with “resolutions.” I usually don’t make any new year’s resolutions. This is mostly because of the stereotype that resolutions will inevitably fail to become habits. This year, however, I found a few things that I did want to change. Therefore, I mentally set some goals for myself, but with the mentality that these goals were not new years resolutions. I don’t want to set myself up for failure after all!