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Spring Cleaning | Connecticut Maternity Photographer

The sun is shining outside as I write this and I feel such a twitch to go out and start cleaning my garden. We bought our house last fall so I have no idea where any spring bulbs might be planted besides the ones I planted myself last minute before the ground froze. But I do know that my property needs a lot of work! Raking the old grass, cutting the shrubs, dispersing tick tubes to control the tick problem we have here. And yes, trying to keep the deer off our property. Any tips on deer repellents are appreciated!

But enough about my garden. Lots of news on the photography side of things as well. I will release a few exciting announcements in the upcoming weeks so stay tuned. For now my spring cleaning urges resulted in a brand new website! Please take a look! After two years of enjoying my old site I decided to give my website a makeover. What do you think? I love the collage view that greets visitors upon opening the site. Clicking on any image will bring you into a single image view and you can start a slideshow by clicking on the play button in the left bottom corner. Clicking on the image again will bring you back to collage view. I think that’s a nice way to browse.

Last month I had a wonderful opportunity to photograph several maternity sessions at the amazing Mayflower Inn & Spa in Washington, CT. The place is a photographer’s dream with its full length windows for soft light, indoor pool, clean upscale decor and charming antique guest rooms with huge four poster beds. The grounds are equally beautiful. Take a peek at these images and soak it all in!

 

admin - April 5, 2013 - 5:45 pm

Thank you so much Kelly! The place is truly amazing, I was sad I couldn’t take a dip in the pool and hot tub 🙂 When you go next time you can come visit me, I live 15 minutes from there.

Kelly - April 5, 2013 - 5:39 pm

Stunning photos! Gerry and I have been to the Mayflower a couple times and the spa is breathtaking, isn’t it? Your photos completely captured the beauty of both the women and the location.

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