One of the best parts about photography is going on weird shoots with your friends… things that people driving by would be slightly concerned about. I met up with my friends from high school and we drove out to the highway, put our hazards on, and found a random field to shoot in. Tic bites last a short while, but memories are forever, that’s my motto 😉 (Also the first three photos were shot by…

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Lovely Kaitlyn contacted me through Instagram about shooting her senior portraits! She drove up to my neighbor’s beautiful wheatfield where we shot during golden hour. You know you are in Idaho when your neighbor lives a solid mile from you, and it’s still the closest house.  

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We finished our trip up here at the Giraffe Manor in Nairobi, Kenya. I can’t really think of anything to say that will edify this post, simply because it was the most unreal experience and I don’t want to ruin the magic. Oh but I do want to share a fun tidbit: when we were feeding the giraffes (as seen below) one giraffe lifted its leg and stumbled on the guard-rail separating the giraffes and…

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Here is my peace offering to those who think that I went to Africa and just took photos of myself the whole time. I took like 10 photos of the animals, ok? 😉 (Yeah no actually we took about 3,000 and it took several moons to go through them all.) But our group leader took 35,000 (?!?!?!) so I can’t complain. We also saw crocs, hippos, lions, cheetahs, impalas, wildebeest, kudu, and a single rhino.…

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Back to Africa! This is my second time visiting, and it never fails to amaze. We stayed in five camps and the famous Giraffe Manor in Nairobi. The five camps were: Kuyenda and Chamilandu in South Luangwa Natl Park, Zambia; Sand Rivers in Selous, Tanzania; Greystoke Mahale in Tanzania; and Cottar’s 1920’s Camp in Masai Mara, Kenya. They were all so unique and special. During the days, we went on game drives in the bush…

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