A couple days ago I found out a friend of mine found out she has to be on bed rest for the rest of her pregnancy. She just hit 33 weeks and still has a little ways to go.
Unfortunately she does not get to spend her bed rest at home, she has to spend it at the hospital. They will not let her go home for risk of early delivery or infection. In such a rush and the possibility of her going into labor early, we decided to take a few maternity photos in her hospital room.
Here are my favorites:
I especially like this second one because you can see the iv that has been in her arm since last Friday. To me, it is a symbol of the long days of waiting in the hospital.
Yesterday, May 12th, I was given the opportunity to photograph the Idaho Community Foundation Annual Luncheon. It was a great experience and it was neat to learn about a new (and big) foundation taking place in Idaho. Here are some photos from the event:
It is the season of babies. In celebration, I’m offering 30 minute mini-sessions for birth announcements.
For $75.00 you will receive a 30 minute photo session, and 25 photo birth announcements or can be exchanged with a $25 print credit.
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I’m still slowly catching up. Here are a couple fun shots from my trip.
Bubble Gum Alley. If you’re going to catch Swine Flu, I’m pretty sure you could get it from here.
My friend has an orange tree in her back yard. It’s pretty sweet!
More from Montaña de Oro
Whoever decided to drag this picnic table out was extremely determined.
The “Wine Trail”
©Tamara Kenyon Photography.
Please don’t take my photos, I didn’t get a chance to watermark these. If you feel the absolute need to use them, please give me credit.
Most of you have probably noticed that I haven’t been blogging the last 5 days.
I decided to take a fun weekend trip out to San Luis Obispo, California to visit a friend of mine. I left on Thursday afternoon and returned late last night. It was a very refreshing trip, but not enough to have a hard time going back to work.
Both photos were taken at Montaña de Oro.
Cell Phone Shot