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Hi there!

Thanks for stopping by my little spot on the web. My name is Kim and I am hobbyist photographer in Austin, Texas. Yee-Haw!

I share my home with my husband, three crazy kids and one rescue dog. 

My photography mainly invloves my family, our friends and our life. I also have a passion for photographing animals. I volunteer my time photographing some of the dogs at my local county shelter--I love telling their story and showcasing their personalities to help them find their forever family. 


Monthly Archives: January 2014

The Ground Won

This past weekend, Luca had a bike accident. It wasn’t just any old accident, he was riding at top speed and tried to do a jump on a friend’s ramp. We are so lucky he was following the rules and had a helmet on. He was in a lot of pain, but feeling better now. […]

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Pez, Please!

This morning she asked if I’d take her picture. I almost had to sit down. I don’t really ask to take their picture, I just usually take pictures while they are doing something. I agreed. She even had on normal clothes. Before we started, she asked if she could have Pez when we were done. […]

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Reflection

She really likes her reflection. She will make faces and talk to herself in any reflective surface. Oven window, glass door, mirror, you name it. Yesterday it was the windows at Daddy’s office. 

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Today he is SIX

He entered this world 8 weeks early at lighting speed weighing 4 lbs, 6 ounces and has kept us busy ever since. He is funny, stubborn, determined, sensitive, kind hearted, a great friend, has an incredible memory, a sweet, sweet soul and just a small case of middle child syndrome. Enzo may all your wishes […]

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Inspired

I wasn’t sure when I’d pick up the camera again after completing my project. I wasn’t going to force myself to shoot daily if I wasn’t feeling it. Sometimes when I observe a scene, I can just feel it. The light is right, the moment feels right and I can see it in my head. […]

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