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Thank You for a fantastic 2014…

Thank you so much for choosing Little Bear Photography. It has been a great year and I am very much looking forward to new and exciting things in 2015! I was fortunate enough to sell Adventure Lifestyle images to Five Valleys Land Trust this year as well as Cliff Bar. Excited to take a little more time this year to shoot those kind of images. I worked with Cold Springs Elementary to do school photos for the students this year. It was a great experience and I look forward to working with them in the future. I have had a blast taking portraits of families, kiddos, and newborns. Thank you all for the referrals this year. Below is a little review of the past year! My it goes by so fast! All the more reason to get images taken often! Valentine Mini’s are so much fun and I have to say one of my favorite sessions of the year!!! Here is sweet Lennon! Just adore him!Seriously how cute is he?These boys have been coming to the Valentine Mini’s since they started! Love these two!Definitely a blast…can’t believe the 2015 Valentine Mini is around the corner!Happy First Birthday Orion! What a cutie this little guy is!This year I began making my own cakes for the Cake Smash Sessions. So fun! I really focus on making these sessions customized and unique to you. What a happy guy! He liked his cake too!Love black and white…he looks so sweet here!He was whooping it up in the tub! There was water everywhere!!!Here is sweet Aynsleigh at her cake smash session!She was so dainty! She was not into making a mess of her cake at all! So cute!Here is sweet boy Lennon…look at those eyes!Went on a few shoots this year for Five Valleys Land Trust. So great to work with them! This was on a ranch near Drummond.The Wallace boys…love them! I have known this family for a long time. My girls went to Miss Mykell’s Preschool and before that they went there for day care. My girls love their Mom and now are big enough to help out with the smaller kids. Its amazing to watch these kiddos grow up!Have to have a little black and white here and there!Cuties! The fall colors were amazing too!Often fun to mix it up and shoot some images downtown…
Seriously he is the cutest!Here are some images shot for Five Valleys Land Trust in Rock Creek…The Bishop family…such a sweet family!
Griffin. This little man is hard to keep up with!Love.Another super sweet family…the Bay Family.This used to be a bear cage back in the day…kind of neat and crazy.They look amazing and the colors were on fire!Oh my goodness what a precious little boy.
His sister just loves him!Newborn sessions are awesome but you never know how things are going to go! This little guy slept for his sibling shots but was very awake for the rest of his session. Look how cute he is here! Love little babies!Love this black and white of these little kiddos.Love this.
Right after Thanksgiving we did  an extended family shoot for the Bishop family. What a great bunch!Love the Packer flair!My nephew Cody played around with me in the studio while he was visiting over the holidays. Go Griz!Little Lennon…I have taken pictures of Lennon since he was a newborn. He’s getting so big!He brought his little cousin in to get her holiday photo too…This image was taken in the summer of 2010. I had just graduated from the Summer Intensive part of Rocky Mountain School of Photography. We hiked in to Granite Park Chalet for two days with our girls. It was quite the adventure. I hadn’t realized that the reservations fell on the anniversary of “Night of the Grizzlies”. For those of you who don’t know I was stalked by a grizzly while camped at Trout Lake years ago. It was the scariest night of my life and no doubt I am lucky to be alive. I had no idea until hiking out about the night of the grizzlies documentary. Needless to say I was contemplating canceling our reservations. We decided to go ahead and as we headed into the park the weather got worse and worse. Our plan was to hike in via the Highline Trail. However we decided that was a long exposed trail to be on with kids and bad weather. We changed the plan and hiked in through the Loop Trail. Madison was pretty little back then and still in the backpack. It was cold and rainy. Part way up the trail we realized she was becoming hypothermic. Right on the middle of the steep trail trying to keep the rain off of her we had to change all her clothes, get her long underwear on her and luckily that , feeding her, and having her walk for a while worked. I was so thankful when we got there that we were sleeping inside that night. It rained so much it was pouring in the walls of our room! Luckily the next few days were great and the hike out the Highline Trail was bright and sunny. This is the image Cliff Bar purchased. One of my favorites and it is now hanging up in my home. We take at least one trip to Glacier National Park every year. I just love the adventure, beauty, animals, and all the memories that are made there! Happy New Year! Here is to an adventurous 2015!!!

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