IMG_8796IMG_8907IMG_8836IMG_8890IMG_8860Please continue the circle, starting with the fabulous Kelly Patton.

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I’ve joined a new blog circle for 2016.  Photos will include snippets from my Eight Days a Week. 😉

IMG_7500IMG_7412IMG_7336IMG_7370IMG_7442IMG_7346IMG_7354IMG_7523Please continue the circle, starting with one of my most favorite photographers (and a wonderful friend), Nina Mingioni.

  • […] This post is part of a monthly collaborative photography project called Eight Days A Week. Please take a moment to check out the work of another contributor to this project, the lovely and talented Dani Vest. […]ReplyCancel

  • OMG. I’m so glad you are joining us this month, Dani. These are AMAZING!! Your new house and K’s new office are stunning. Can I please living in your playroom?!ReplyCancel

  • Beautiful images and colors, Dani! Your family is adorable!ReplyCancel

  • Dani, these are amazing! i loooove your home and all the space and light! and gorgeous, gorgeous colors. and – i’m with Jill – i will be moving into your playroom 😉ReplyCancel

  • Dani, I love these! My favorite is the third one down. Gorgeous. Thank you for sharing!!ReplyCancel

  • These are so beautiful – what do I need to do to get a rope swing in my life?!ReplyCancel

“One very important difference between color and monochromatic photography is this: in black and white you suggest; in color you state. Much can be implied by suggestion, but statement demands certainty…absolute certainty.” 

Paul Outerbridge

IMG_7127IMG_7060IMG_7157IMG_7075Please continue the circle, starting with the always fabulous, Nina Mingioni .

“One very important difference between color and monochromatic photography is this: in black and white you suggest; in color you state. Much can be implied by suggestion, but statement demands certainty…absolute certainty.” 

Paul Outerbridge

IMG_6357IMG_6370IMG_6554Please continue the circle starting with my lovely friend, Jill Cassara.

  • […] Please follow along the blog circle to see how my amazingly talented friends have captured this month’s purple challenge, starting with the lovely Dani Vest! […]ReplyCancel

  • Love that purple sky and sleepy girl! Little sister’s eyes are stealing the show in #2! Is she in middle school with that stare?! 😉ReplyCancel

  • Jennifer Conley

    Beautiful images Dani. My favourite is the sleeping shot! Melt my heart!!!ReplyCancel

  • beautiful lifestyle images, Dani! and i love those purple sheets!ReplyCancel

So, I’m new to Mac.  Welcome to 2016. 😉  I was prepared to be blown away, but instead I realized the Retina screen is NOT friendly to photographers.  After a complete day of wanting to tear my hair out, I think I finally figured out how to post my photos on my website with the clarity I see in Photoshop.  If you can see the difference, raise your hand. (I’m assuming they will only be visible on a Mac with Retina display.)

 

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“One very important difference between color and monochromatic photography is this: in black and white you suggest; in color you state. Much can be implied by suggestion, but statement demands certainty…absolute certainty.” 

Paul Outerbridge

Introducing, a girl and her headband.

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 Please continue the circle, starting with the always fabulous, Jill Cassara.

“One very important difference between color and monochromatic photography is this: in black and white you suggest; in color you state. Much can be implied by suggestion, but statement demands certainty…absolute certainty.”

Paul Outerbridge

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Please continue the circle, starting with Nina M.. not only is she a fantastic photographer but also a wonderful friend. <3

“One very important difference between color and monochromatic photography is this: in black and white you suggest; in color you state. Much can be implied by suggestion, but statement demands certainty…absolute certainty.”

Paul Outerbridge

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Please continue the circle, starting with my dear friend Heather. You will love her whimsical style and her fantastic use of light. <3

  • […] Please follow along the blog circle, by heading over to the wonderfully talented Dani Vest’s blog. […]ReplyCancel

  • Heather Chang

    LOVE! Great use of yellow! and matched with that blue! Love it. Can’t believe how big they are getting!ReplyCancel

  • oh dani–someday we just have to hang out. i tried to get a pop-its image too; yours is much better ;). i love how you used blue and yellow together in all of these. and the last image feels so warm and summery. lovely work.ReplyCancel

  • Erica Collins

    One of my all time favorite images is in this series!!! I LOOOVE the balloon. <3 <3 <3ReplyCancel

  • Steve C: And just a few years ago, the federal government was still paying pensions to the widows of Civil War Union soldiers. Of course, those widows were gold-d – I mean generous young women who married ocagaenaritn veterans in the 1920's.ReplyCancel