Uprooted Magnolia

Fish Leaf

Posted in Nature, Photography by leahyetter on October 23, 2014

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Hey folks! I just wanted to pop in for a quick minute and say hi. I am so fortunate to have been working with some awesome families for their portraits during this beautiful fall season and have been neglecting the blog and other social media for a while. My current editing list contains 7 more sessions to process and deliver and several more on the calendar. I am so grateful for the work and have enjoyed the mornings and afternoons spent with new and repeat clients. It has been a blast so far!
So hang with me and I’ll be back to blogging regularly soon enough. The leaves are falling fast and I just love this time of year. I thought this leaf in the tall weeds looked like a fish. 🙂
Hope you all are doing well. Hugs and kisses from me and Tilda Marie!

Calm in the Cornfields

Posted in Nature, Photography by leahyetter on October 17, 2014

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Most of the corn has been cut throughout the county. Birds scavenge for leftover kernels and flocks of Sandhill Cranes stand in the empty rows and call out to one another.
Looking forward to a lovely weekend of portraits sessions as we all take advantage of this gorgeous autumn light.
Have a great weekend friends!


Posted in Photography by leahyetter on October 15, 2014

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Even though our surroundings are in full fall color right now, today seemed like a gritty black and white photo kind of day. I’m inside processing shoots but will soon return to the colorful leaves of autumn and share those with you soon. Cheers!

Tilda Tuesday: Where’s Tilda?

Posted in Matilda, Photography by leahyetter on October 14, 2014

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Like many of us here in Wyoming, Matilda is often outdoors enjoying this beautiful fall weather. She loves to hide behind the sagebrush and jump out with a burst of energy and pounce onto the deck. She may be 17 years old, but she sure doesn’t know it. Happy Tilda Tuesday everyone! 🙂

Sunshine Friend

Posted in Nature, Photography by leahyetter on October 10, 2014

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Even though her time is done this year, this sunflower still stands tall. Even though her petals have mostly fallen, she still reaches toward the sun. She fed the birds, spread her seeds and now it’s time to go to sleep for the colder months. I will miss her…until next year my sunshine friend. 🙂

Tree of Gold

Posted in Nature, Photography by leahyetter on October 9, 2014

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Another golden evening in the meadows.
The grass is so tall it makes for easy eating for the cattle. They aren’t having to work too hard right now. I call them the lazy grazers, lovingly of course. 🙂

Autumn Backdrop

Posted in Nature, Photography by leahyetter on October 8, 2014

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We have been blessed with some beautiful days as we ease into Fall. I share this view with you a lot because I am so thankful for it. The cows are home, all are bred and we are gearing up for another winter. But before the first snowflakes fly, I have portrait sessions scheduled this month with this as the backdrop. Pretty awesome don’t you think? Have a beautiful day my friends! 🙂

Ye Olde Western Wagon

Posted in Photography, Ranching by leahyetter on October 2, 2014

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This old wagon is near the summer pasture for our cows. I’ve photographed it many times and figured it’s about time to share one. Whenever I look at it I think of how useful this was many, many years ago. Now it sits in front of an old barn as a reminder of the old days of ranch life.

Wildflowers of Late Summer

Posted in Nature, Photography by leahyetter on October 1, 2014

When you take a flower in your hand and really look at it, it’s your world for the moment. ~Georgia O’Keefe

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