October 26, 2009

An Early Winter

-Berries in the backyard piled high with fresh flakes of snow.-

Winter came a little early this year.
Thank goodness it decided not to stay.

As much as it was magical to watch the snow fall from the sky, clinging to the green leaves still on the trees and piling high on the few remaining flowers, the warmth of the sun and mild temperatures that quickly followed were welcomed with open arms.

-The end of a season for these flowers.-

-The only typical winter shot taken.-

October 16, 2009

Fall Family Portraits

-Notice the green leaves on the trees and the snow on the ground... hmm... something is wrong here.-

A few shots Trev snapped this Fall for Dave and Karalee. What a cute family!

-Karalee and Coop having some cuddle time.-

-The Andrus Family.-

October 12, 2009

Thankful for Thanksgiving!

-Cooper and Dawson.-

Yep, it's that time again. Time for snow and sleds, mittens and toques.

Over an uncommonly cold Thanksgiving, we stepped outside for as long as we could bear to snap some shots of D+K's little family. And, while we appreciated the beauty of the fresh blanket of snow, we were also thankful for the roaring fire and woollen slippers awaiting us indoors.

October 10, 2009


-Crabapples on a sunny afternoon walk at the Legislative grounds. Edmonton, Alberta.-

One of the few leaves that actually made it from green to red this Fall.

October 8, 2009

24 Weeks

You've seen our baby inside his/her cozy home, now here is a view of what Baby Olson's home looks like from the outside. I am now 24 weeks and starting to show. Up until our first doctors appointment at 22 weeks, there was really nothing but a little bit of weight gain to hint at a pregnancy. I figure this was a blessing as it was just a few weeks ago that I had to go out and get some new clothes... and I'm glad that I did. Call me a granny but full-belly jeans are not that bad. In fact they are rather comfy. With Thanksgiving just around the corner you should really give them a try. You might be surprised at how much more turkey you can manage to pack away ;)