Monthly Archives: April 2011

New Zealand ~ Milford Sound Kayak tour and the road to Mt. Cook

The morning we woke up in Milford Sound we got up early and headed toward the dock for a kayak tour of the Sound. Bjon and I got in a tandem kayak, I wrapped my camera in a “water proof” bag and strapped it to the boat, and we followed our guide out onto the […]

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Rowan ~ Newborn – Hospital

My wonderful friends, the Marko’s, had their second child last week. A beautiful boy name Rowan. I didn’t get to the hospital until Susan was already pushing, but I was there for the big moment. I have never seen a woman so calm during labor. Still smiling and laughing with the nurses and doctor, calmly […]

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New Zealand ~ The road to Milford Sound

From Queenstown, we got up early and headed down the one road that leads to Milford Sound. I decided to do one whole post just on this ride because of the insane beauty we were able to witness in just a couple of hours. Leaving Queenstown, it was a bit cloudy, but it cleared up […]

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New Zealand ~ South Island – Pancake Rocks, Greymouth, Wanaka, and Queenstown

On our third day on the South Island we drove down the west coast to Greymouth, where we would camp for the night. We stopped along the way at a local attraction call “Pancake Rocks” which is a large rock formation on the edge of the water that literally just looks like thousands of pancakes […]

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Henry ~ 9 Months Old

This is my favorite kind of family shoot. When I can come into their world and capture how they truly interact as a family, and what they do on a daily basis. Since Erik is a musician, their lives are centered around music. They have multiple instruments in their home and Henry is very used […]

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