how does your garden grow?

my parents would tell you that their thumbs are a pretty weak shade of green, but i beg to differ.  i found their garden fully in bloom when i visited in august, and given my strong inclination to shoot these pretty young things, i was thrilled.

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(dreams of) the pacific northwest.

thank you to my wonderful mom for helping me get my mountain fix this trip.  really, really needed it.

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natasha.

during my recent trip home, i had the privilege of shooting one of my dearest (and prettiest) friends, natasha, for a project of hers.  i’m so glad she’s documenting her spanish adventures, both for herself and for the rest of us.  i’ll surely be living vicariously through her blog in the coming months.  thanks, tash, for making this shoot easy as pie!

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#seattlegrams (lately).

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