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Shoot

Friday, September 14th, 2012

I have sworn up and down and sideways that even though I REALLY LOVE taking pictures I have no intentions of become a professional photographer. Not even a “mom with a camera” who starts a business as a hobby after all her friends demand she share her talent with the world. (Sidenote: no one has demanded any such thing from me. I’ve had exactly one friend ask if I could take a headshot, and only because she didn’t want to pay a REAL photographer.) And I’m serious: I do not want a photography business. But I do love taking pictures and I have this fancy camera and at this point no matter how I fancy them up in Photoshop my adorable gingers still just look like my gingers.

So what I’m saying is hey, friends, anyone want to schedule a playdate where I can take pictures of you and your family? I make no promises and I’m bringing the kids and you’ll have to work out prints and stuff on your own but I’ll bring the camera and the person to press the shutter button so ALL OF YOU get to be in the photo. Or just your kids, if that’s who you need pictures of for Christmas cards.

We can go to one of the local parks or ponds or your back yard. I know of some really cool spots. Like an old train bridge for example. (Don’t worry, they don’t use those tracks anymore. Probably. I’m like, 99.99999% sure.)

railroad tracks bridge photo shoot

railroad tracks bridge photo shoot

railroad tracks bridge photo shoot

railroad tracks bridge photo shoot

railroad tracks bridge photo shoot

railroad tracks bridge photo shoot

p.s. That’s a poofy skirt under a dress. She picked it out.

railroad tracks bridge photo shoot indian leap falls

This place is called Indian Leap. There is a tragic story involved, but it’s pretty self explanatory.

railroad tracks bridge photo shoot

railroad tracks bridge photo shoot

Caroline suspects this is a stupid idea. I’ll let you know soon.

P.S. Email or text or Facebook or whatevs if you want a playdate.

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