As some of you know I visited my family in Kentucky a couple of weeks ago (more images to come, a little later, from our time together). While I was there, I seized the opportunity to photograph my daughter wearing a dress that was mine as a little girl, in a field in my hometown.
When I saw the field, I gasped. It was filled with Queen Anne's Lace (can I get a nostalgic smile from the Anne of Green Gables readers/viewers out there?) and so beautiful. It was perfect.
If you'd like to read a little more about my journey in getting this photograph, please hop on over to The Creative Mama: my article is featured today, entitled "The Dress. And Other Treasures." and gives you a little idea into why I ask my clients to bring those special loveys and heirloom items to your Stacey Woods Photography session. Thank you for reading!!
And a couple press announcements! I'm so pleased to find out that, through The Creative Mama, my photograph (and referencing article regarding hanging photographs in an artful way) was published over at Apartment Therapy recently. Go check it out!! And try not to get lost for hours over there... I love Apartment Therapy and their fantastic ideas for modern living. I could easily spend hours browsing their ideas and inspirational articles for home decor and living more simply. (Oh and yes, that is my son and I making silly faces in the photobooth strip. That's my son in the Polaroid on the left, and my daughter in the right two Polaroids.) :)
From that same TCM article on displaying photographs, my grandfather's circa-1960's Polaroid images (and my crafty display of them) was featured over at Creative Apples today as well, in her weekly "Crafty Connections" piece. Go have a peek. What a fun day!!