Saturday, January 30, 2010

Hill Family

Ok, so I realize I don't have many readers on this blog, HOWEVER, I thought it would be fun to throw out an impromptu Q&A. If anyone has any photography 'how to' questions, I'd gladly answer them and let you know how I do things. Then again, maybe just the crickets will be chirping.... but that's ok. Even if there is just one question, you'll get my full attention! :) You can either leave a comment below or email me at claircooper(at)yahoo(dot)com.

Anyone? Anyone??

In the meantime, check out this lovely family. Or love-e-ly, as my four year old pronounces it. She likes to stick in extra syllables to spice things up :)

 
   
  
  
  
  
  
  

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Smith Family

More of my favorites from the Arizona sessions!

By the way.....LOVE this family. Not "I love this family" in the "I'm-a-photographer-and-love-ALL-my-clients" type of love. But love as in literally. One, because my brother is a part of this wonderful family. And two, because my new sister in law is part of this family and she's a super cool chick! :) And three, they are all so great to visit with. We had fun romping around the desert and being silly. It really is a shame they have to live thousands of miles away from me.

 
 
 

Monday, January 25, 2010

Someone Turned One




 
 

Sunday, January 10, 2010

SNOW DAY!

Let it be stated that it snowed in Georgia. And yes, we made the most of all .125 inches of it :)


Thursday, January 7, 2010

From Paradise to the Arctic

Yes, that's where I'm living right now. The arctic, otherwise known as HOTlanta. What?! It's true. On the way to taking my boy to school this morning, the wind chill said that it was 5 (FIVE!) degrees outside. This, after spending two glorious weeks in paradise, otherwise known as Mesa, Arizona in the wintertime. And it wasn't just the weather that was glorious, but it was citrus-picking season to boot. Perfectly ripe oranges and grapefruit, right in my parents backyard, fresh off the tree. I've never seen my children eat so many oranges. Hopefully all that excess vitamin C will help us ward off any nasty illnesses through this frigid winter.

From memories of warmer times...a pic from one of the Arizona shoots.