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When I was five, my parents gave me a Polaroid camera for Christmas and I was hooked. Thirty years and hundreds of rolls of film later, my husband surprised me with a digital camera for Christmas and I was like a kid again.

I love to capture those ordinary moments that make life magical. There is beauty and joy in every day. I hope these photos bring some to you.

If you would prefer to view the photos by category, please visit my bubble site Every Day Enchantment. Thank you!

All work is copyright 2009-2011 Every Day Enchantment Photography

  • Joined: June 2009

Journal

My First RB Sale!

Thank you to the anonymous angel who bought a card of Fall Kaleidoscope! I hope you enjoy it! / P.S. I just learned the anonymous angel is Georgie Hart. Thank you Georgie!
Posted over 4 years – 12 comments

How A Hexagonal Nut and an Egyptian Goddess Led Me to RedBubble

Yes, you read correctly, it was a nut, an ordinary hexagonal nut, that fell from the sky and led me to RB. Oh I know what some of you are thinking . . . that I may be the nut. Perhaps, but read on and decide . . . / Torrential rains marked the beginning of summer as children all over town scrambled off buses and ran for cover. In my family, we always celebrate the last day of school so we head…
Posted almost 5 years – 19 comments

New Group - Caption Fun!

Hello Happy Bubblers - / GeorgieH and I have just launched a new Caption Fun group, where you can post artwork for caption suggestions. For our challenges, we plan to ask members to post a photo that matches the caption we identify (for example, “my mother always told me to ______.” Please take a look and consider joining the group. If you have any ideas for challenges, please let …
Posted almost 5 years – Leave a comment

Thank You for a Great First Festival!

This weekend I took the plunge and sold 5 × 7 matted prints and cards at a local apple festival. I am pleased to report that all of your positive energy and well-wishes worked. It was thrilling to see people respond to my photographs. I especially loved it when children would say “Mom/Dad/Grandma look at this!” and the stories adults told about what memories the photos trigged…
Posted almost 5 years – 16 comments