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A Girl and Her Cats

 

Moving out is never easy. Theres's so much to be done, to be packed, to be thrown away. The worst part is leaving and saying goodbye to a season of good family style meals, late night talks, and living room yoga sessions with the room mates you called friends. We didn't know one another before moving in but that quickly changed as we settled into our poorly lit basement space beneath the mountains. With our room mate Ashley and our love for color the three of us turned it into a cozy, warm, and welcoming home. Her two cats and the plethora of couch surfers we allowed made our home full, and at times a bit frenzied. That didn't seem to stop us from housing 12 people plus us around Christmas and I wouldn't change the way we all slept wherever space was found. I've never lived in a house since that made my heart and life so full. Through fun adventures to disagreements and even that one time we didn't speak to one another, our friendship and care has remained. This is my friend miss Twyla Jericho aka Kayla Hall featuring Bing Bong the black cat and the other one, the cat who wouldn't stay out of my room.

 

 

 

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2016 Weddings

New year, new couples, new adventures! This is a shot from my first wedding of the season where these two tied the knot amongst the mountains in Breckenridge, CO. We started our day at Good Times Adventures where guests loaded onto sleighs driven by horses. Family and friends warmed up with hot cocoa and blankets as we caravanned through the woods for the ceremony. The sweethearts joined shortly after in a personal sleigh and we all gathered in the snow to watch them vow their hearts and lives to one another. The sun began setting and made for the most dreamy light that dimmed out over the mountainside. It was short, sweet, and absolutely perfect.

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New Year

This last year was a year of growth, many trials, smiles, and changes. I decided in January 15' to set down my camera more often, to try and take in the views with my eyes vs my lens, and to enjoy the moment without any clicks separating each breath I took. The moments I did pick up my camera I tried to create something worthwhile and when I chose not to I sought to imprint the beautiful moments of life on my heart and mind vs. a digital file or social media. This was one of 5 photos I took in Moab, Utah during the GGBY Festival in November and it is my favorite from the trip. This year I'll be bringing my camera along more often, I hope it's a year of more growth and that it's filled with new inspiration, opportunities, and creativity.

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