After a 4-5 year hiatus from photography, I’m feeling ready to dip my toes back in and do family/children outdoor portraits, special events, and candid photography here in the Spicewood area. Took a break while my husband was ill with cancer (he passed away in 2020), and am just now coming out of the fog. I’m a professional photographer, trained at the Hallmark Institute, but more important than being a photographer, I think of myself as a memory-keeper. I care deeply about the people, places, and stories of our lives. So if you have a special event or special person that you want to remember with photographs and/or a memory book, give me a call or text ac 512 ph 422 9479. Peace – KB
Why have a blog if you never update it! Every time I go in here I forget how how to post on WordPress. Sorry about that! But these kids photos are super cute.
This morning was cold, and damp. I was reconsidering my morning walk when I noticed the trees at the corner of our yard were filled with spider webs. There were streamers, ribbons, pinwheels, and half moons wrapped around the bushes, and entangled in the brush. I followed the spider’s handiwork as it danced across the treetops, and spun down to the river. I walk this path every morning and wondered, “how could I miss these webs?” And then I realized that sometimes it takes a misty morning to see things clearly.