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  • Welcome to my blog.

    This is the place where I'll post peeks from my sessions as an Edmonton Child and Baby Photographer and share random musings from my life as a mom to five of the most precious girls ever. So grab a coffee and enjoy. Come back and visit often. And of course, leave me a comment. I love receiving comments!

    Update: I'm currently booking for Fall 2016.

    I'm pleased to be part of one fabulous association NAPCP, accrediting professional photographers who choose to specialize in babies and children.

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Mr Mini Long-Ears

I finally got out in the yard to do some clean up. It’s been nagging at me for weeks and I couldn’t put it off any longer. Well until I took a few photos, that is. Already there’s some beautiful color and budding leaves that needed to be captured with the beloved 60mm macro.  So after a few photos I picked up the rake. I raked, and I raked. I should explain that when I get into this type of monotonous activity, my mind tends to wander. So when I noticed a fuzzy furball in the corner of my eye, it took me for surprise! Sure enough, hiding in behind some leaves under a little shrub was a little bunny!  The poor thing was probably  quite traumatized watching me go into high gear with the plastic rake. I took a few photos before I -oops- scared him and he ran off under the fence. We left a little salad for him in case he gets hungry. 🙂

Dan - April 30, 2010 - 9:37 am

I wish I had the speed of this wabbit when I was on my skates.

Great job Mau

Linda - April 30, 2010 - 4:23 pm

nice pictures Maureen.

mom - May 1, 2010 - 7:34 pm

The baby pictures are adorable but also love the nature photos. Have to get out and do more of that myself. Good work mina kleina.

Julie - May 3, 2010 - 9:46 pm

these are my faves, Mau 🙂 no bias cause i love nature or anything…but so cool how you caught up with that little bunny and shot him:) in a good way:) love to know how you do the blurring and stuff…i think i love the focus on the subject and colours blurred in the back. good eye:)

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