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Jane & Lowell & Family in Ken Caryl Ranch

When we first moved to Colorado a long, long time ago, I got a teaching job that January at Overland High School.  It was a unique situation, to say the least, but the absolute best part of the experience was getting to know the sophomores on the yearbook staff as they helped me learn the ropes and grow the program into an award winning publication in the next few years. And Christina was one of those special sophomores.  When we had a chance to reconnect recently (thank you, Kurt!!), I realized once again why Christina has always held a special place in my heart. She is now married to Rob and has two adorable daughters. And when she asked me to photograph her family (including parents and sister Sabrina and John and their kids), I was thrilled.  The entire family is delightful and all were willing to play with the setting (especially Sabrina, who climbed the rock face despite having a broken leg!) as we fought against the dying of the light (first day of standard time).  Thank you, all, for a great experience.

I’ve been having a lot of fun asking my subjects to pose with this simple, white picture frame.  Following are some with the background in black and white, some normal, and one that was too cute not to post!




I had already put my camera away when the kids found the most adorable puppy walking with his nice owner near the tennis courts. So I HAD to take it out again to snap the next two shots.  I’m so glad I did!!


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  1. alison

    What cute expressions in the picture frames!

    November 21st, 2010 @ 1:07 pm

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