Tag Archive: children

november frost

my favorite mornings: mid november, hazy light, frosted leaves. we were outside in the fog before the sun was fully in the sky and we could see our breath, thick in the air like smoke.… Continue reading

october canopy // sauvie island

       

soap & light

++and above all, watch with glittering eyes the whole world around you because the greatest secrets are always hidden in the most unlikely places. those who don’t believe in magic will never find… Continue reading

the temers // seattle

idaho summer camp // 2014

there is nothing quite like a cabin on a lake in the thick of summer…the idaho mornings with coffee on the deck, the hot afternoons by the water, the evenings with the skies on… Continue reading

endings and beginnings.

what we call the beginning is often the end. and to make an end is to make a beginning. the end is where we start from. (t.s. eliot) here is to the end… Continue reading

THE DOUBLE BOUNCE.

Rainy day. Sawyer jumping high. Off night stands. Pillows in the air. Hair flying. Limbs flying. A double-bounce-seat-drop on a tempurpedic mattress, with a backdrop of felt hearts. Sometimes on a winter afternoon,… Continue reading

THE MCDOWNERS // PORTLAND

I have had a photo crush on Jenny Downer for years. I remember seeing her work for the first time and it left me in awe. I was a bit starstruck the first… Continue reading

WHEN IT’S FALL.

When it’s fall we go to the farm to buy pumpkins and drink cider. But sometimes the sky turns dark and it starts to rain and our boots get muddy and the hay… Continue reading

LATELY.

Lately Indy has been riding bikes around the block. And making bouquets from weeds and dandelions in the yard. And writing lists of words that are easy to spell with a peach-colored Sharpie.… Continue reading