10 on 10 November

I can’t believe it’s been another month and time again for 10 on 10. Ten images in ten hours. After a few months, these are getting much easier to do.

Today was a bit of an interesting day with the threat of snow. It was also the last day of Denver Arts Week, where I was offering holiday mini sessions at the studio for a couple of hours this afternoon. With no one showing up, I think I’ve come to the conclusion mini sessions don’t work in this market and decided to leave early, as spending time with my daughter is far more important.

My client is looking for the personal and catered experience, not the quick session. Mini sessions are probably something I won’t be offering next year. Good lesson learned.

20121110-192826.jpgGloomy morning.

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20121110-192837.jpgPainting our own pottery.

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20121110-192844.jpgMy $1.35 kids “hot” chocolate date at Starbucks.

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20121110-192853.jpgEveryone but me napping.

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20121110-192905.jpgHeading out to the studio.

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20121110-192914.jpgAdded another coat of stain to the stage while waiting.

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20121110-192922.jpgEven wore my frog socks to help break the ice with shy kids since the session time was so short.

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20121110-192930.jpgMaya’s awesome artwork she made with her nanny this afternoon.

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20121110-192941.jpgNever said I was a baker but I really do like to cook. They were still yummy!

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20121110-192953.jpgBath fun with glow sticks.

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  • sara otto - wonderful photos, looks like a great day + the cookies look delish!ReplyCancel

  • Yvette - Beautifully captured day! That gloomy morning and snow on the window are fabulous! I even love the wood floor! Truly finding beauty in the everyday things.ReplyCancel

  • Mon - Ooohh, it looks so cold there. Really lovely photos.ReplyCancel

  • kiki - I love that pottery painting photo, such deep concentration going on there! Great set!ReplyCancel

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