I’m in the process of setting up a new blog & photography website – simply click on the link to check it out: http://catherinemimsphotography.com/
A great way to display your precious photos is to have them made into photo jewellery. These handcrafted pieces are unique and exquisite. Clients can have their favourite images made into bookmarks, charms, bracelets, pendants or necklaces – like this gorgeous couture necklace.
And of course, all jewellery is beautifully packaged, making it a lovely gift.
Some fun stuff at school last week. Bear had to get dressed up as a professor & solve some maths problems!
More favourites – just the big boys this time!
I just love these photos of the twins
NB. The pink thing is a ballet slipper not a hot dog! 😉
So I was thrilled when my client decided to make acrylic ice collages with them. Acrylic ice is one of the premium products in my range – the images are printed onto canvas and sandwiched between two sheets of acrylic. It’s a gorgeous modern look! (NB. They come shrink wrapped in plastic so they were difficult to photograph & these images don’t do them justice)
I had the pleasure of photographing these adorable kids recently – their mum had them totally coordinated – could they be any cuter?
One of the reasons I started to blog was to improve my writing skills, so when it took almost an hour to compose that last post, its clear that I need the practice! Is it this hard for everyone? Some of my favourite blogs are such interesting reads – I really envy/admire people who have a gift with the written word. It’s something I’d love to develop – any ideas how?
Today’s photo share was captured a few months ago … its E & his favourite toy – this one is for you D
… at my 1st photography order all packaged & ready – hope you love it Liz!
I had a blast digging thru my stash for this week’s blue bazaar portal & ended up using a mixture of old & new:
this is Baby C … i had the pleasure of photographing him recently & he was such an angel!
This little guy regularly has a dip at the billabong in our garden – but he’s so quick its been tricky to catch him. Today I got lucky!
PS. i’ve pruned the grass back, so I can get a better shot next time 😉