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Posted by on Feb 28, 2016 | 32 comments

Valentines Day Vickery Creek Hike!

Valentines Day Vickery Creek Hike!

This year, we decided to check out Vickery Creek. It has been years since we visited this park. We forgot about it until one of our coworkers asked us if we had visited the park. We had to go again and try to get some nice shots. You can hear the falls when you get out of your car. The creek is absolutely beautiful, with the bridge area providing a historic feel. The remaining ruins of the mill give an interesting steam punk feel as well. The bridge and waterfall was so interesting to look at, we spent the majority of the time photographing those spots.

I think this is my favorite bridge photo

But I really like this one too!

I really like this photo of Adam, it was suppose to be a settings test yet I really love his expression in this shot.

The view from the bridge was lovely. We really need to come back once everything is in bloom!

Enjoying nature for Valentines has become one of my favorite ways to spend it!

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Posted by on Feb 10, 2016 | 34 comments

Southern Snow Day!

Southern Snow Day!

It’s so rare that we get snow in Georgia, that when it does happen it’s a huge deal! Everyone clears out the grocery store for bread, milk and eggs because in the South, snow means FRENCH TOAST! Since we bought our home, all the snow threats have never produced much. Of course, looking at Pinterest I see lots of cute Christmas card inspirations with a snow covered house. This was going to be my chance! I had bought a “Merry Christmas” banner a year ago just for this moment. After a whole night of snow, we hardly got anything. It was super disappointing waking up and the yard wasn’t even covered, but that morning the snow started picking up. By 11, everything was mostly covered! After eating brunch we got ready to take photos in the snow. We tried 😂

Our Home covered from the ‘blizzard’

We decided to have some photo fun anyways

We put up the tripod and took a walk in the park next to our neighborhood. At this point the snow was already starting to melt, but we wanted to enjoy it while it lasted.

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