NAVIGATION ∧

the photo journal + misc. news of Emma Kisiel

Spring in the Backyard

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Photos from April 26 to May 10. Our backyard. Basically our whole world at this point.

Baby Jude

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Just a few photos of the new love of my life, Judah “Jude” Elliott Arn, my brand new next-door neighbor! How perfect for him to arrive in Kelly and Casey’s lives, after three years in the adoption process, in the middle of a global pandemic. I’m so happy the new parents invited me over to take a few photos with 5-day-old Jude. Here’s to a billion more impromptu photo sessions featuring this sweet, perfect baby!

Bunnies Close Up

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Long weekends in January and February are a lifesaver. For Presidents’ Day weekend, we went back to Cannon Beach, this time with my zoom lens to try out photographing bunnies that way. It went pretty well! It’s fun to meet some of the same rabbits over and over when we’re there. Winter is the best time to visit and photograph them, I find. But who knows what this next year will be like.