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Pet Portraits are Important Too…

Pet portraits are important too. Equally as important as capturing your human loved ones. I lost my sweet tuxedo cat, Chaplin, who was with me for 20 years. He passed away this past December. I went out of my way to make sure that I took many pictures of him because I knew that one…

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  • Bea Navarette

    I just love your kitty pics as well as the pictures you took of my Buddy and Dylan!! I will be needing pet portraits in June!!ReplyCancel

Texas Lightning Storm Under Cloud Cover…

Texas lightning storm with thunder under cloud cover. A beautiful display from mother nature in the night sky. Long exposure, low ISO, and a 50 mm lens. Support my photography addiction simply by becoming a fan. Thanks for looking. —Angela Navarette Photography

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Here’s to Dreaming in 2014…

I haven’t been very good at blogging this year. I used to post something weekly either personal or photography related even if it was a daily photo. This post is not going to be a resolution to blog daily either. I can only take things one day at a time. It IS the end of…

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  • Bea Navarette

    Lol! I loved those pictures of you winning! And I love the Chappy pics, too. Great blog post with which to start the new year!ReplyCancel

A Week on the Beach…

My family spent a week on Florida’s beautiful emerald gulf coast having fun and relaxing before summer’s end. While there, I met a sweet, expecting momma and asked her to take a photo of me and my hubby in our beach chairs. I was so grateful, I offered to take her family portraits. 🙂 Not only did I capture their family,…

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Flowers, Red, Orange, Yellow and Unique…

This image was captured at the Dallas Arboretum earlier in the spring. I have absolutely no idea what the name of this flower is but I do love its varying colors from yellow to red. See the tips of the petals how they are turning red? I wonder if it eventually turns red like the ones…

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