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Shutter Sisters Oasis

I recently returned from a too-good-to-be-true trip to Palm Springs for a photo retreat with Shutter Sisters. I'm so honored to be a contributor and work with such an inspiring group of women from all over the world. I have been posting photos and stories on the Shutter Sisters blog for almost 5 years, so connecting with the other contributors and over 80 of our readers is a dream come true.

We spent the week at the Ace Hotel, which is a cool experience alone. But adding the warmth and playfulness of so many female photographers made it extraordinary. I'm glad I took plently of pictures because I think I was walking around in a fog the entire time! Maybe I wasn't able to fully process it all at the time.

I don't think there's much more I can say about the experience that will do it justice, so I'd rather just share some photos. You can view the whole set on Flickr.



Paityn & family 2012

I love visiting with this beautiful family each year and seeing how Paityn has changed!

This last photo was not posed! Paityn just ran over, picked up a newspaper and stood there "reading" it. So glad I caught it.


Our Saturday morning

Panera bagels and coffee, a walk at Lake Zorinsky, swinging, the first glimpse of fall colors, and long sleeved t-shirts.


Russell - senior photos

What can I write about this photo session that the photos don't portray? Not much. But I'll try.

Russ is stylish, artistic and a complete gentleman. He is also an amazing drummer and I was lucky enough to get my own personal concert. Have you ever heard the sound drums make when bouncing off big brick buildings on an empty street downtown? Now I can say that I have. And it. Was. Awesome.


vacuum love

Quinn's favorite object is, by far, the vacuum cleaner. Many mornings the first word out of his mouth is "BADOOM?!" (vacuum). He requires multiple daily check-ins that go like this: open the closet, say hello to the vacuum, ask the the closest adult to drag it out, plug it in & turn it on, then say "wow" a few times, touch every part of it, put it away, say goodbye, repeat an hour later.

He also loves to look at (but not touch) the iron (eye-noon), the hair dryer, the toaster, and the washing machine. Still nothing compares to the vacuum cleaner.

So the other day on a routine trip to Target we unintentionally found ourselves cutting through the vacuum aisle. I suddenly realized how exciting this would be for Quinn and grabbed my camera to record his reaction.

Talk about free entertainment!