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The Importance of New

As I swim through this deliciously soupy jetlag and reflect upon what I experienced in Australia this past week, I have been stumped as to how to begin to describe this epic journey. Even thinking about one day of the trip is a daunting task, as each was so full of new things. So, I […]

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Shoe Tree

This is a shoe tree , located along a desolate stretch of highway in Oregon. I love objects like this. Each shoe on this tree carries a lifetime of stories, and there are thousands of shoes on the tree. I imagine them under kitchen tables, listening to worried talk about paying the bills. Walking along […]

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Pink Stairs

Pink Stairs (Las Vegas, NV) An image from our 7-month RV road trip. These pink stairs amazed me. I didn’t know this until after I shot the photos, but apparently this (the front of the motel has a classic Las Vegas wedding chapel) is where Sean married his ex. He freaked out a little when […]

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Climb

Saw this ladder outside a barn window in Wyoming, I made Sean stop the car so I could get out and photograph it. The kids were yelling that they wanted to get out too but I closed the door, I needed it to be quiet so I could hear the wind.

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Security

Spotted in Southeastern California. It perfectly represents my “Temples of the Temporary” concept.

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Shrouds and Ladder

Photographed this weird scene while on a shoot for a client at a construction site last year. It felt beautiful and creepy.

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Roadside Horses

One of my favorite things to do while traveling is to pull over and look at the random items people are selling by the side of the road. It’s fascinating to me how unique and personal these things are. I particularly loved these horses I saw when I pulled over on a farm road in […]

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My Daughters, Dancing

My ex-husband glowered at me just over three years ago, “walk out that door and you’re not coming back” and without hesitation I spun on my heels and did just that, with my two little girls in tow. After camping out at a friend’s, we moved into a borrowed home which would be our healing […]

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