Friday, May 15, 2009

Robyn's Senior Pics

Here is my beautiful girl, Robyn. She is going to be a senior this coming up year of school and I got the honor of doing her senior pictures! It was fun but bittersweet at the same time. I can't believe she is going to be a senior. She has grown up on me. I can only hope that she knows how much me and her Uncle Po love her.

Me and Uncle Po are very proud of the talented and beautiful young lady that you have become Robyn...we love you!

Monday, April 13, 2009

In Memory of a Fallen Hero

My friend, Staff Sgt. Gary "Lee" Woods Jr. was killed Friday morning in Mosul, Iraq by a suicide bomber. This was his 3rd tour in Iraq and he was only 24. Lee leaves behind a young wife who was his high school sweetheart, his parents, his step-parents and 7 siblings. Lee was a good Christian young man that only had 4 months left on his tour. Please pray for his wife and family during this difficult time.

"Go Rest High on That Mountain. Son Your Work on Earth is Done..."

A salute from a fellow soldier for giving the ultimate sacrifice.
"All gave some, some gave ALL. "
If I could speak to Lee now, I would say:

"Thank you for your willingess to sacrifice your life in order to keep us and our country safe. You truly are a hero and a man that I am honored to have called my friend. Rest in Peace and God Speed."

The pictures in this blog entry are not property of Sherri K. Photography, they were "borrowed". Thanks.

Sunday, March 22, 2009

Jim Beam Distillery

Last Sunday, my husband and I decided to visit my grandfather's grave in Clermont, KY. He is buried right beside Jim Beam Distillery and I decided to get a few shots of the old warehouses. If you know anything about Kentucky you know we are faomous for a couple of horses & WHISKEY...

Also, please check out my other blog site, for some shots from our latest photo shoot, Baby "M".

Sunday, February 15, 2009

Sunday, February 1, 2009

Winter Wonderland

We have had an ice storm here in Kentucky. I was without power for 3 days and boy did it get cold. I missed two days of work and didn't even get to enjoy them...too cold! I was finally able to get out and get some pictures yesterday. Most of the snow and ice were gone by then, but I was still able to get a few pretty shots. I took the picture above late yesterday afternoon. I loved how the sun was shining through the trees and onto the snow. My husband was a sweetheart driving me around for a couple of hours as I tried to get the perfect shot!

Above is a good shot of the ice that we had form on the trees and cause all of the power outages.

Above is another good shot of the ice.

I love fence row shots and this one was nice with the sun accenting the ice on the little trees.

Although these shots aren't as good as they could have been (I was shooting with my Kodak Easyshare instead of our Canon EOS Digital Rebel), I was still amazed at just how beautiful the snow and ice really were. This weather is a photographer's dream.