Monthly Archives: March 2016

What to wear…

This is the most common question I am asked with family groups.  Definitely give your family some guidelines. When a family says, “come as you are” it looks that way, and the photos don’t have a level of polish that they could. I like to tell people to pick a bright color, a coordinating color,…

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Beach stories at Bear Lake

A beautiful change is coming. This family of 4 will soon become 5, and they wanted to remember how their family love is right now. We met at Bear Lake’s North Beach, full of fun summer memories. I can’t wait to meet and photograph baby #3.

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  • Keith Shaw

    wow left me breathless. i really liked the photos of you contemplating that big basketball under your dress. what would have left me even more breathlessor have seen a photo Cody contemplating a big basketball under his dress!!:) 🙂

Bear Lake’s ice piles

After the ice breaks on the lake, and after a massive Bear Lake wind storm, mounds of thick ice form on the east side.  The wind throws slab after slab of thick ice up and on top of each other.  Some stopping vertical.  If only I had video! It’s like our ice version of Goblin…

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Every summer has a story

Summer in Bear Lake is full of families having fun.  Getting shakes.  Soaking the sun at the beach.  Riding the trails.  And going fast on the blue water. Most families I meet have come a long distance to gather with parents and grandparents spending their time making memories.  When I take your family pictures this…

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Bear Lake area ATV/UTV trail – Scenic backway

Scenic Backway. That’s what it’s called on the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forests map. Road 055.  Near Limber Pine Nature Trail head. And it’s my favorite place to escape during summer and fall months. The trail starts up near the summit on the boarder of Rich County and is open to all vehicle types. It is gravel…

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