About Me

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St. George, Utah, United States
I'm just a woman with a camera, having an outrageous time! I carry my camera like most women carry a hand-bag. I especially like (and see) beauty in forgotten things. I love OLD buildings, rusty vehicles, fences and posts and details. When I’m photographing people, I love: natural expressions. relationships. simplicity. smiles. emotion. sweetness. laughter. shyness. grumpy frowns. silly giggles. stubborness. bare feet and a neat personality that just shines.



"To play is the beginning of knowledge ..."
~ Confucious ~

I had Alex and Emma out one evening for a "Grandma Date".  We were out exploring, me with my camera - as always - so i was able to photograph them when they found some lady bugs.
boys will be boys


.LOOK Grandma!


.OH, WOW!!!!

.don't hurt him Alex!!!

.serious business.

These kids are always *FUN* to hang out with.  
They  make me feel happy and  "young" again ....




. Anthony Barr Warren .
28 April 2011
7lbs. 9 oz.

.precious hands.

I'm proud to announce that I now have FOUR grandchildren!!
(how can that BE?)
 Of course he's a handsome little guy, how could he not be?
My son, Josh and his wife Kathryn are thrilled!!

.4 days old.
HAPPY mommy & daddy
Josh & Kathryn 

"Dad ... tell her to put chocolate in it next time, k?"


SWEET little boy

Exercises with Dad

Another diaper change -- are you kiddin' me?

Peaceful in Aunt Becca's arms

Jevin & Anthony
(brotherly love)

"dude ... maybe we can go play some basketball."

 The moment a child is born,
the mother is also born.
She never existed before.
The woman existed, but the mother, never.
A mother is something absolutely new.
~ Rajneesh ~

*HAPPY 1st
Kathryn* !!

Can't miss a thing

Long day . . .  lots of visitors


Pretty in pink

I was in Salt lake City, walking around Gardner Village (one of my fav places, ever!) when I saw a cute little mother, struggling to get some pictures of her baby girl, on the lawn.  The baby saw me and that was it ...  she wouldn't look her mother's way for anything at that point!  Finally, when the mother looked at me; I held up my camera and said, "I'd be glad to take some for you if you'd like."  She was all for it.
I snapped a few, and wouldn't you know it ... then she looked at her mother!!  (i hope mom was taking photo's, i didn't notice). Afterwards, I told her that I'd email them to her when I returned to St. George.
She was HAPPY to get some pictures at that point - whatever it took!
This is sweet little Elsa . . .