Hi, Welcome to my blog!

Here's a little about me and why I love photography.

I've been married to my best friend for 5 years. I'm a young mom of 2 little girls. (As I type this, one is 3 years and one is 3 months old). The photo on the left is of the 3 year old (my other daughter is also hiding in the photo- I was pregnant at the time ;)

I love photographing people and details. I've learned that what really matters is not the pictures of the people, but the pictures that show who a person really is. That's why I tend to photograph people doing things together. I direct a little, and pose a little now and then, but I really treasure the opportunity to capture the real moments.

For more information on the basics of what I do, pricing, etc. you can visit my website. The blog will show you a few photos from each session. It'll also be where you'll see contests from time to time and announcements about upcoming events and changes at Heather Lynne Photography. I also blog a little about my life here, so you'll get to know me a bit through reading.

I hope you'll check it out & stay a while!

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Friday, July 3, 2009


Every once in a while I like to get out and try my hand at nature photography.

My favourite will probably always be photographing people, but I do love nature, and I've found that it's relaxing to me to get out and photograph it.

Here are a couple of shots from our place recently.

This one is from our backyard after we got back from vacation (it's really just a weed that grew with our grass after a couple of weeks without being cut, but I think it's pretty :)

And this is a flower from our front garden. It's a nice shot because you can't see all of the weeds around the flower ;) haha


Ryan and Jacquie July 3, 2009 at 10:22 AM  

i LOVE that yellow flower!! i want some of those in my front garden. great pic.

Heather July 3, 2009 at 10:26 AM  

Thanks Jacquie :)
I'm afraid I can't take any credit for their existence- they just appeared in the spring, left from the people who lived here before us ;) There are some nice purple flowers out there now, too- I should get a pic of them before they're gone :)

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