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- Who's getting excited for this cooler weather just around the corner!? ❄️ Or who's feeling nostalgic over the summers end? I always get so eager for the first real snowfall, the one that sticks... but between the fallen colours and that first white blanket, what to do? I am looking forward to offering my clients cozy and intimate indoor shoots while we wait, and afterwards as well if you don't want to brave the snow 😜Booking now for Oct-Jan. Message me if you're interested in an in-home or you want to get out and enjoy the crisp air, wrapped and bundled in all things warm, with a comforting hot drink in hand β˜•οΈ I am available for travel on the weekends as well. Let's do this! ~πŸ”β›°~ β€’ β€’ β€’ β€’ β€’ β€’ #instinctphotography #yegphotographers #photography #stalbertphotographer #stalbert #localphotography #mountainphotography #elopements #wedding #intimatewedding #locallove #enjoycentre #glasshousebistro #holesgreenhouse #lovelymoments #dinnerdate #mountains #banffnationalpark #banff #jaspernationalpark #jasper #dirtybootsandmessyhair #sillouette #inlovewithyou #radstorytellers
- Who& #39;s getting excited for this cooler weather just around the corner!? ❄️ Or who& #39;s feeling nostalgic over the summers end? I always get so eager for the first real snowfall, the one that sticks... but between the fallen colours and that first white blanket, what to do? I am looking forward to offering my clients cozy and intimate indoor shoots while we wait, and afterwards as well if you don& #39;t want to brave the snow 😜Booking now for Oct-Jan. Message me if you& #39;re interested in an in-home or you want to get out and enjoy the crisp air, wrapped and bundled in all things warm, with a comforting hot drink in hand β˜•οΈ I am available for travel on the weekends as well. Let& #39;s do this! ~πŸ”β›°~ β€’ β€’ β€’ β€’ β€’ β€’ #instinctphotography #yegphotographers #photography #stalbertphotographer #stalbert #localphotography #mountainphotography #elopements #wedding #intimatewedding #locallove #enjoycentre #glasshousebistro #holesgreenhouse #lovelymoments #dinnerdate #mountains #banffnationalpark #banff #jaspernationalpark #jasper #dirtybootsandmessyhair #sillouette #inlovewithyou #radstorytellers
- Who's getting excited for this cooler weather just around the corner!? ❄️ Or who's feeling nostalgic over the summers end? I always get so eager for the first real snowfall, the one that sticks... but between the fallen colours and that first white blanket, what to do? I am looking forward to offering my clients cozy and intimate indoor shoots while we wait, and afterwards as well if you don't want to brave the snow 😜Booking now for Oct-Jan. Message me if you're interested in an in-home or you want to get out and enjoy the crisp air, wrapped and bundled in all things warm, with a comforting hot drink in hand β˜•οΈ I am available for travel on the weekends as well. Let's do this! ~πŸ”β›°~ β€’ β€’ β€’ β€’ β€’ β€’ #instinctphotography #yegphotographers #photography #stalbertphotographer #stalbert #localphotography #mountainphotography #elopements #wedding #intimatewedding #locallove #enjoycentre #glasshousebistro #holesgreenhouse #lovelymoments #dinnerdate #mountains #banffnationalpark #banff #jaspernationalpark #jasper #dirtybootsandmessyhair #sillouette #inlovewithyou #radstorytellers
- It's been a while since I wrote a post like this and I don't really know how to start but I wanted to share what's been on my heart. This fall has been...different. It started with a tragic event where hundreds of people were shot and killed in Las Vegas. I cried for the people there and their families, and tried not to think about it. There is so much going on in this world that if we get torn down by horrible thing that happens happy days would be rare. Then a person drove through Edmonton near where I live and attempted to run down several people. I was horrified that someone would do this but was grateful that no one was killed and went on with life trying not to think about it. Then, a week ago to this day, My uncle, My mom's brother passed away. I struggled to try not to feel the depth of the loss and attempted to stay the appropriate amount of positive through the funeral process and be there for my mother and grandmother. And finally, the evening after the funeral, I found out that a wonderful young man I knew was killed in a tragic accident. He was someone I went to high school with and was a positive, talented, involved person in the community. Suddenly, with that last straw I felt the weight of it all. And oddly enough, feeling the weight of these terrible things had a different effect than I think I'd expected. It wasn't until I let myself feel all the emotion I had been holding in, and actually have my break down moment, that I realized I hadn't been keeping it together as much as I thought. . And it wasn't until I took a moment to allow those feelings to happen that I was able to be free from it. . The lesson here is that it's so important to let ourselves feel. It's the only way to the other side. Take care of yourselves everyone and I hope that this autumn will lead to a better winter ❀ πŸ˜™ . Photo by @capturebeautifullife
- It& #39;s been a while since I wrote a post like this and I don& #39;t really know how to start but I wanted to share what& #39;s been on my heart. This fall has been...different. It started with a tragic event where hundreds of people were shot and killed in Las Vegas. I cried for the people there and their families, and tried not to think about it. There is so much going on in this world that if we get torn down by horrible thing that happens happy days would be rare. Then a person drove through Edmonton near where I live and attempted to run down several people. I was horrified that someone would do this but was grateful that no one was killed and went on with life trying not to think about it. Then, a week ago to this day, My uncle, My mom& #39;s brother passed away. I struggled to try not to feel the depth of the loss and attempted to stay the appropriate amount of positive through the funeral process and be there for my mother and grandmother. And finally, the evening after the funeral, I found out that a wonderful young man I knew was killed in a tragic accident. He was someone I went to high school with and was a positive, talented, involved person in the community. Suddenly, with that last straw I felt the weight of it all. And oddly enough, feeling the weight of these terrible things had a different effect than I think I& #39;d expected. It wasn& #39;t until I let myself feel all the emotion I had been holding in, and actually have my break down moment, that I realized I hadn& #39;t been keeping it together as much as I thought. . And it wasn& #39;t until I took a moment to allow those feelings to happen that I was able to be free from it. . The lesson here is that it& #39;s so important to let ourselves feel. It& #39;s the only way to the other side. Take care of yourselves everyone and I hope that this autumn will lead to a better winter ❀ πŸ˜™ . Photo by @capturebeautifullife
- It's been a while since I wrote a post like this and I don't really know how to start but I wanted to share what's been on my heart. This fall has been...different. It started with a tragic event where hundreds of people were shot and killed in Las Vegas. I cried for the people there and their families, and tried not to think about it. There is so much going on in this world that if we get torn down by horrible thing that happens happy days would be rare. Then a person drove through Edmonton near where I live and attempted to run down several people. I was horrified that someone would do this but was grateful that no one was killed and went on with life trying not to think about it. Then, a week ago to this day, My uncle, My mom's brother passed away. I struggled to try not to feel the depth of the loss and attempted to stay the appropriate amount of positive through the funeral process and be there for my mother and grandmother. And finally, the evening after the funeral, I found out that a wonderful young man I knew was killed in a tragic accident. He was someone I went to high school with and was a positive, talented, involved person in the community. Suddenly, with that last straw I felt the weight of it all. And oddly enough, feeling the weight of these terrible things had a different effect than I think I'd expected. It wasn't until I let myself feel all the emotion I had been holding in, and actually have my break down moment, that I realized I hadn't been keeping it together as much as I thought. . And it wasn't until I took a moment to allow those feelings to happen that I was able to be free from it. . The lesson here is that it's so important to let ourselves feel. It's the only way to the other side. Take care of yourselves everyone and I hope that this autumn will lead to a better winter ❀ πŸ˜™ . Photo by @capturebeautifullife

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