WINTERTIME LOVE : {Western New York Engagement & Couples}

Now that we’ve officially started to thaw out here and the snow is almost gone, it’s time to look back at one of my favorite winter engagement session.

People don’t notice whether it’s winter or summer when they’re happy.
~Anton Chekhov

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Maple Weekend in New York

Getting excited about this time of year!!! We can’t wait until it’s time to do this again:
  We ventured out in the bitter cold on Sunday to enjoy the morning at Smith’s Maple Farm for
 Maple Weekend, so glad we did but now I want to own my own maple syrup farm.
It was was so yummy and the perfect outing for my brood of sugar lovers and I’m getting much better
 at photographing in gloves, something I never had to do living in the deep south, enjoy the slew of photos.
(re-post from our other blog http://www.ramblingsfromutopia.com)

Burger Fest and Bed Races

A while back I took the kiddos out to an awesome event the little town where I grew up and where my love for hamburgers began, I probably ate my weight in burgers when I was little even though now I’ve been a vegetarian for 25 years it doesn’t mean we still can’t enjoy a little fun watching the bed races and eating ice cream at Burgerfest.
My two meat eaters, enjoying every bit of their burgers.

Summertime Fun

Our firefly outing was so much fun, especially with this being my kids first time ever seeing them in their natural habitat, even Echo (our dog) managed to catch three…. I mean eat three.

May Photo Challenge : Silhouette

rtsf may contest

This pretty much sums up what it’s like in to be the only boy in our family of all girls. While his sisters were off playing on the beach I found him alone on the swings, they weren’t much higher than 2 and a half feet off the ground so I had to lay low and put the camera down in the sand to get this shot, but it was so worth it.

There’s so many fabulous entries over at www.rocktheshotforum.com stop over and check them out!

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