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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: June 2014

A little of this and a little of that

I’ve been a bit behind on sharing my daily images from my 365 project. So here are tidbits of our life from the last few weeks. The kids have been enjoying their summer and we’ve been (mostly) having a good time. I say mostly because we have had our fair share of meltdowns, stinky attitudes […]

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some of the best things

about summer you can not plan, they just happen. and those tend to be the moments remembered the most. water wars    

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always dance

as if no one is watching. that is my hope for them. I was doing something at my computer and they spontaneously turned on the radio and danced. I loved watching every minute of it. I may or may not have danced too.  

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Meet Fayze

A friend of mine just got a new puppy. Now, most of you know, the De Araujos love dogs. I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to meet my friend’s new pup and take some pictures of her. I also brought along my trusty little assistant who also thought it was the best thing ever.   […]

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Gotcha Day!

This weekend marks the one year anniversary of Ranger’s Gotcha Day. The day we brought him home. The day he walked into our hearts. The day he set us at ease that we had made the right choice for our family. We don’t know his actual birthday so the kids thought if would be good […]

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It’s arrived.

Summer that is. We survived the last few weeks of school and are glad to not need an alarm for the next few months!  

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