I’m sure I’m not the only one scrambling to finish my big long to do list this holiday season. My busy season extended until late November this year and I am just catching my breath. I still have a couple left over to dos from 2008 and we’re back up & running in early January. Thank you everyone for being so awesomely patient this holiday season!
I’ve been so busy that it took up until this past few days to get my own children photographed for our Holiday card. I know! Could I be cutting it much closer to the actual Christmas holiday??!!?? However I am excited to finally be finished with it. It truly was a bit of work as I wanted to come up with something that adequately showcased the ice glazed wonderland that I was living in the midst of at the time (all that has changed with about 4" of snow and who knows how much rain!). So this year my card will be more of a New Year’s treat. No matter, I love getting cards and I’m certain I’m not the only one! Clients: look for your cards in the coming weeks.
Here’s a couple of sneak peek images for client cards. I have to thank the girls for being real troopers in all of this. They really did their best to tolerate the ridiculously low temps (who knows what the windchill was!) this past Monday. 🙂 Gotta love kids who really cooperate for a cause!
Happy Holidays to all my blog readers and well wishes for a wonderful, happyment 🙂 filled 2009!
Happy holidays to you. Many blessings in the new year 🙂
Love these shots, especially the colors in the first one. I’m sure these clients are totally stoked about you giving them these priceless card images.
you really captured the beauty of winter!
These are very cute. 🙂
Wow… lovely images. Hope you had a great holiday. Happy New Year! 🙂
All of these rock! Sure is nice to have a Winter Wonderland in your photos 🙂 #1 and #3 need to be in a large canvas!!!
these are wonderful Mare.. love these.. Happy New Year to you and your family
Ooooooo Mare, lovely photography as always! What troopers those girls were eh? From what you’ve shared here it was certainly worth it!
oh these are just gorgeous, love the closeup especially!