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Is it that time of year already??  It seems that every year moves faster than the last. This one has been a doozy for sure, especially with so many upsetting things that have happened in the world of late.  It seems to have been a tough year on most.  For me, this has been a…

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  • AMY - These are really beautiful,  Dana. Thanks for sharing.

  • admin - thank you!! <3

I can’t believe it’s the end of another year.  This year went especially fast.  As you may have seen in my last blog post, I opened a studio recently. I am also planning my own wedding in April. It was another fantastic year for my business and I am so so grateful. I shot 25…

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  • Elaine Way - Dana, your year is pictures is amazing. Thank you for sharing. It was a pleasure to work with you in 2015 and I hope I get to work with you again in the upcoming year(s).

  • admin - Thank you Elaine! Here’s hoping we work together in 2015!

Usually I don’t write much to go along with the photos I share, so forgive me if this is long-winded. I am very excited about this post because it marks the end of a very long project.  I will start from the beginning. My friend Debbie Faas, who is an amazing painter (check her out…

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Cambodia was the final destination on my month long journey.  It was also the part of my trip that I traveled alone.  I never felt nervous being on my own, the people were so nice and friendly. I had people chatting with me everywhere I went. And what a beautiful place. Of course Angkor Wat…

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  • Marilee - Dana- thank you for letting me explore Cambodia through your eyes. The old temples are absolutely otherly! I half expected darts or spears to be shooting out and a monkey holding a giant ruby that you would be trying to recover…. This space just doesn’t seem real since I have seen it fantasized in so many movies. What would it really be like to be there in the time when it was in full bloom? I’m so interested in your perspective having been there in real time.

    I am particularly drawn to the image of the monks sitting on the floor. It’s like you captured the exercise entirely. Not up – but down. Here. Now. I LOVE THIS PHOTO!