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Monthly Archives: July 2014

My Search for a Compact Camera and How I Decided on the Sony RX100 III

This summer I decided that I wanted to get a compact camera to take with me on our family trips and outings.  Actually, I became obsessed with obtaining one while visiting my parents in Illinois last week.  Don’t get me wrong, I love my Canon 5D Mark III but it is a lot to lug…

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Shooting with Soul—My Latest Photography Book

There are a lot of great photography books out there and over the past few years my collection has grown.  I love thumbing through them when I’m in need of a little inspiration or  need a little spark to reignite my creative fire. My latest love is Shooting with Soul by Alessandra (Alex) Cave.  I…

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  • I’ve been going through it, too and I just love it. Decided to use it in the context of a road trip… which was challenging but fun. I love this pic of yours! I wonder if all us togs collect old cameras. 🙂ReplyCancel

    • Kristina

      Thanks so much Cherrie. And yes, I would bet most of us do collect old cameras. How can we resist? 🙂
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10 on 10 July | Take Me Out to the Ball Game Anniversary Celebration

It’s time for another 10 on 10, my super fun project where I along with a group of fellow photographers share 10 (or more) photos of images taken on or around the 10th of each month. This month my husband and I are celebrating our 19th wedding anniversary (how can it be??)!  Our anniversary is…

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  • Kim B.

    Music, water and food! Looks like a fun time, Kristina!ReplyCancel

  • megan

    These are so fun! Congratulations on 19 years! That’s awesome!!!!ReplyCancel

    • Kristina

      Thanks Megan! It was such a fun day in SF.ReplyCancel

  • Happy anniversary! Great photos, awesome location and fantastic milestone! Congrats!ReplyCancel

    • Kristina

      Thanks Connie! It was a super fun day!ReplyCancel

  • Kathleen

    July of 1995 was a great time to get married ~ our 19th anniversary is the 28th! What a great way to celebrate. Great photos Kristina 🙂ReplyCancel

    • Kristina

      How cool! Was it a hot one for you too? We got married outside, in Chicago and it was 100 degrees that day.ReplyCancel

  • Kathleen

    We were married in Chicago too! Indoors, but yes, crazy hot. Thanks also for the introduction to The Mowglis – they’re so good!ReplyCancel

  • glenda

    awwww looks like you lovebirds have a an awesome day!!! I love that photo of you guys with the sun flare 🙂 Happy belated anniversary <3ReplyCancel

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