Portraits – Children

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Monochromatic Amsterdam

We live relatively close to Amsterdam; about one and half hours south.  Which by Dutch standards is very far, but for an American, it’s no big deal.  And for my Italian husband and his family, it’s the equivalent of the commute from their house, driving into Rome, on a busy day.  We’ve been to Amsterdam … Continue reading

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Hallowe’en & Dia de Los Muertos(La Catrina Makeup)

When we do Halloween, we try do it right(we play with the cards we’re dealt, anyway).  This year no party, but I did make a scavenger hunt for the kids around the house, as there is no organised trick-or-treating in the Netherlands.  They found candy I hid around the house; a witch, eyeballs, a ghost, … Continue reading

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Food(AKA…Life) in Paris

Food in Paris is important.  And, it is excellent.  And, obese people are few and far between.  And all of those svelte people start drinking wine at noon.  Why does this matter?  Well, it’s interesting and delicious and maybe its smart.  Our October “holiday” was last week and we ate and ate and ate.  And … Continue reading

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Colour Blind

I just recently entered a contest with the them “color blind.” Just their artistic way of saying black and white.  Back to my favourite photography and that big absence of colour screaming at me, missing.  Here are my four entries into the contest: -Cassie

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My Average Weekend in the Netherlands : Naturalis Biodiversity Center

Over the last months, the weather has been a hopefully, sunny spring, followed by a cackling, damp winter – then hit repeat.  Due to the unreliability of the springtime weather, here in the Netherlands, we’ve been doing a mix of indoor and outdoor things on the weekends.  There is no such things as “relax” on … Continue reading

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Portraits in Westerpark

I had my first job in Amsterdam this last weekend.  Westerpark is a great wide-open location for this type of family portraits.  I really enjoyed lugging around my Domke bag again, and this time, while doing as the Dutch, I took my bicycle with me on the train and found my location by cycling.  This … Continue reading

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