If you're still looking for a senior photographer, it's not too late! Here's what Zoë had to say about her experience - schedule a shoot with me today to create photos that'll last a lifetime.
Do you have a favorite park or trail in Central Iowa that you will be visiting this weekend? Share your photos with us! #IowasConservationGateway
Among the many projects we are involved in, Chichaqua Bottoms Greenbelt (CBG), continues to draw people from all over to experience and observe all sorts of wildlife. We continue to fund natural area studies at CBG by local universities to help manage the area and learn more about the rare plant and animal species living there. Their findings at CBG never cease to amaze and excite us! #IowasConservationGateway
Did you know that Yellow Banks Park was named by the yellowish-colored bluffs that border the park? Those scenic bluffs that everyone loves to snap photos of were formed by glaciers during the last Ice Age. ❄ [Photo by @audramc
Stayed tuned for a post on my website soon featuring this beauty!
With snow lightly falling outside, it looks like we must say goodbye to fall and hello to winter. But don't let cold weather keep you from being outdoors! ❄ [Photo by @bryanconley
I normally try to avoid shooting at Voxman, but it was definitely worth it for Karl's shoot 🙌🏽
Next up - East Village Promenade at Aviva Salon! This is my first time participating in Promenade and I'm super excited!
AND I will have some brand new items that haven't been available before. Perfect for the holidays! I hope to see you there!
Check out some more of Ingrid's senior photos on my blog, link in bio!
So who was Dewitt DeVotie and why was he buried at Thomas Mitchell Park? 👻 DeVotie was one of Polk County's early settlers, arriving at Thomas Mitchell's Apple Grove Inn in 1854. He passed on January 2, 1869 at 64 years old and is buried in what was once a small prairie cemetery located in Thomas Mitchell Park. He requested if the bodies in the cemetery were to ever be relocated by their loved ones, that he forever remain in place, and for a respectable monument to mark his grave site. To this day, Dewitt DeVotie's grave remains at Thomas Mitchell Park. A limestone obelisk monument surrounded by a black iron fence marks his grave site. If you would like to visit him, follow the trail that bears his name, the DeVotie Trail. Have a happy Halloween! 🦇🕸️🎃 [Photo by: Kristen Jorgensen] #LeadingYouOutdoors
Tried out some different edits with another photo of this beauty!
Golden hour featuring one of the most wonderful, beautiful gals I've ever been fortunate enough to have in my life ♡ // model: Emma Gehlbach
Two different takes from a great shoot with Graham yesterday!
Huge fall vibes for Michelle's preview! Stay tuned for lots more photos coming soon ✨
Thomas Mitchell Park is the final resting spot of Dewitt Devotie 👻 Who was he and why is he buried there? Join us for our free R.I.P. Hike at Thomas Mitchell Park on Saturday, October 27, where we'll hike to his gravestone to pay our respects and try to unravel this eerie mystery. [Photo by @littlelovephotography_llc
When the days become shorter, the tree no longer wants to waste energy on leaves. This starts the internal chemical process that creates fall foliage. 🍁🍂 [Photo by @l0vej0ypeace
A touch of summer mixed with a touch of fall all in one photo 🌱🍁 We hope you have a fantastic Monday! #LeadingYouOutdoors