Category Archives: Personal

Cheers and Jeers

Today I have two things to share…one that deserves cheers and one that deserves a big ol’ raspberry, you know when you stick your tongue out and make a horrible noise.
First the good news.  We’ve found another place to stick (literally) our new logo!  A race car.  Yes, I know that’s not very romantic and...

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Extreme Makeover

Robert and I agree on most things but when it came to a logo design/brand for Butterfield Photography we rarely saw eye to eye.  We were both ready for something fresh and new and needed  help from someone who isn’t emotionally involved…a friendly by-stander who could guide us in the process a professional.  I happened...

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What’s happening

Unfortunately, the couple I was scheduled to meet with on Friday had a scheduling problem so we didn’t get to meet.  Hopefully next time they are in the area we’ll get to meet-up. 
I did want to share the beautiful wedding invitation I received in the mail this weekend.  I will be shooting Michele and Cody’s...

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A Potpourri of Pics

We have been thoroughly enjoying our family time.  For friends and family who are wondering what we’ve been up to here are some pics from the last couple of days. 
Yesterday we visited a local duck pond.  Here is Robert with his 400mm lens capturing some wildlife, we rarely get an opportunity to shoot together so I...

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Happy Valentine’s Day

Happy Valentine’s Day to my friends and fellow romantics.  Hope your day is SWEET!

For my wonderful, sweet, funny, supportive, “cute-ish”, darling husband…I would marry you all over again!  Thank you for being my Valentine all of these years!  I LOVE YOU, more, more Dr. Pepper!  

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I was expecting it based on weather reports last night but I was still surprised this morning at 6:30 when I was awoken by a small person wanting to play in the snow.  After a quick breakfast and getting bundled up we headed out before the sun started melting away the rare treat.  There wasn’t enough...

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