Nissa Gadbois Photography

Old Fashioned Girl

More from sessions this week.  These are of Joséphine.  It really struck me how quickly she’s growing.  Not a baby anymore.

© Nissa Gadbois Photograhy | Old Fashioned Girl

© Nissa Gadbois Photograhy | Old Fashioned Girl

© Nissa Gadbois Photograhy | Old Fashioned Girl

© Nissa Gadbois Photograhy | Old Fashioned Girl

Magical

I’m experimenting with my photography while snow continues to accumulate outside our door.  The light has actually been exquisite – all soft and glow-y.

Fairy  Dust

Fairy Tale

Snow Fairy

Sophie is very pleased with how her portraits turned out.  And Joséphine has requested her own fairy portraits.  There is more snow due on Thursday, and again over the weekend, so we should be blessed with some more of the same pretty light.  I can’t wait!

If you’d like fairy portraits of your little girl(s), you can check out my photography website for information on sessions and collections, and then book a session (your place or mine) through this page.  I am really excited about offering all day group mini sessions at your church or club.  It’s a wonderful way to try me out and get a beautiful portrait.  PLUS, all fees currently go toward our adoption grant fund on Reece’s Rainbow to bring our son and daughter home.

Portraits in Black

A few days back, I took out my backdrops to play with.  As is so often the case, Joséphine was eager to model for me.  She was dressed all in black already, so I put up the black drop to see what we’d get.  The resulting portraits were more old-school style than I usually do, but I really, really like the results.

Portrait in Black

The rest of the session here, on my new photography website.

Wait, wait… Rewind this Blog.

It’s been two months since I posted anything on this blog.  SO much has happened.  I’m going to have to rewind this blog and fill in the gaps.

In the meantime, perhaps you would enjoy some images from the farm last week?

Bluebird in the Snow

Bluebird in the Snow

 

Oh, and a link to the mitten pattern I was revising from the one I published in, I think, 2006.  You’ve seen these antique mittens around, I’m sure.  I have expanded on the original design to include NINE sizes from newborn (thumbless) to adult large, plus suggestions for variations and care, and a few more photos inside.

It’s an instant download and your purchase helps to support our farm and ministry.

Vintage Family Mittens

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