It’s official Winter folks. 17 degrees up the canyon and freezing our tushes off, but it was so worth it to spend some time with this adorable family.
It is wildlife heaven.
I shot so many photos I ran out of memory (NEVER HAPPENS) and the last day I was scrambling to delete a bunch of things just so I could keep going crazy on snapping away at the creepy crawlies. I’ve always been pretty obsessed with animals, so this trip was a cherry on the top of my adventurous and blessed life.
Excited to share more with ya’ll.
Just a few shots of my newest niece Hattie. They were in town visiting for a wedding and we finally were able to meet her. Unfortunately I had just gotten diagnosed with Mono so I couldn’t smother her with kisses, but I was able to spend some quality time enjoying her sweet, smooth new baby skin and little sleepy sighs while she napped.
Ah, babies…there’s nothing better.
Animals have always had a special place in my heart even as a little girl. I remember the time when I had to get four teeth pulled out (at once) and my dad told me that I could have anything in the world.”Anything?” I asked. ”I want a kitty!”
Oh boy, was he in for it. Since that day I have had these furballs: Smokey, Bandit, Barney, Missy, Pepper, Artex, Nicodemus, and Milo along with several dogs, hamsters, fish and rats.
If I could tomorrow, I would live on a huge farm with goats, cows, and chickens but I guess for now I’ll have to settle for our three boys and taking photographs of other peoples furry babies, like these two sweethearts Cooper and Zinny. Aren’t they beautiful?