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    Thanks for stopping by our website and blog! I specialize in Documentary (giving you what you need) | Artistry (giving you what you want) in birth, newborn, and portrait photography in Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas. Get to know me a little better by heading to the About page. More importantly, help me get to know YOU better by leaving a comment, filling out the contact form, or interacting with me via Facebook or Twitter.

Holiday/Baby Card Speical (yes, I know it is still summer!)

Holidays are coming and many of you haven’t even started thinking about what you are going to do for your holiday card this year. However, the time is now. Have a baby coming soon? This special also applies to newborn custom announcements! Book your Portrait Session Package between now and October 31st and get:

a 1 1/2 hour session at the location of your choice (Babies are photographed at their homes.
25 custom-designed Holiday cards and envelopes (don’t settle for the boring templates that everyone else is using from the local lab! We custom design your card to fit your family’s personality!)
$100 Print Credit to get enlargements or use toward an album/book
online website to share with family and friends through Pictage

$250 for a limited time (a $380 value!)

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The Ranch Continued

After we saw Papa in Coleman (nearest town you may have actually heard of–Brownwood—umm ok, Abilene) we headed past to Nanny and Pappy’s, Jason Grandparents to meet up with his parents and little sisters who had gone straight there. Living on 1,600 acres has its perks. Deer come right up to the house in packs of 6-10. So do cows. You can’t plant much in your garden the deer won’t eat. The septic tank is old and you can’t flush toilet paper. When Nanny cooks, the food is amazing. Play in the sprinklers when the tanks (ponds) are dry and green from the drought. Fish if you can stand the Texas heat. Take your city-dog for a walk in the country to become a “ranch-dog” for the weekend. Even if the ground looks dry, tread lightly–the top may seemed cracked, but you might quickly find yourself thigh deep in mud (the tanks aren’t THAT dry yet–opps).


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angela anderson photography - Love that last one!October 17, 2006 – 12:48 am

Papa Greenlee

Jason and I went down to Coleman, Texas the weekend before last to visit Papa Greenlee. At 92, his health is fading quickly, but his mind is still sharp. It is amazing and rare to have 5 generations alive at once. Papa, then Pappy (see above), Jason’s mom, Jason, and then Tristian (see below). If we could only get them in the same place all at once for a picture!

I love looking at Papa’s degree earned from A&M in 1941. Papa always taught Jason the importance of going to college saying, “no one can ever take it away from you, once you do it.” Jason credits his staying in school to that one lesson and is so glad he did. I find it so peaceful when we go SouthWest to visit his family. Living on thousands of acres, it feels like the middle of nowhere. I hope we’ll get to visit Papa again before he passes, but if we don’t, I’m so glad I have these pictures and the words burned in my mind to remember him by.




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Quiet Moments with Tristian

I snapped a few quick pictures of Tristian while he was playing. I cannot get over how much he looks like his father in these pictures! I love knowing I captured these types of pictures and I know these are the ones we will really enjoy looking at for years to come (over more formal set-ups). These are the pictures that really get at the essence of who we are–the things we do on a daily basis. Those few cherished moments of finding your 5 year old playing in his room with out the lights on (only a window in the corner lights his room) and he is satisfied.



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angela anderson photography - Beautiful work, beautiful child!October 17, 2006 – 12:49 am

Baby Raegan

Man, this is one cute kid! I had such a good time hanging out with my friend Amber (we meet in art school at UNT!) and her cute 6 month old, Raegan. She was such a good baby and has so much personality! Every time I’m around kids like this, it gets my momma feelers going. (You know the ones that make me starting thinking more about having a baby!) Anyway, I snapped a few photos just before and during lunch time. Remember when it was ok to eat like that?






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