Oh. Hey, look. It’s almost springlike. Still three feet of snow on the front lawn but there’s a couple places I was worried about going through while skiing Flatbed. Thinking about going for a walk today, rather than skiing. In celebration, I’m moving from winter photos. This is Hayley
Hello anyone who actually visits my website. (Anyone? Anyone at all? Feel free to comment if you do. I’m over on Facebook and Instagram mostly, because that’s where most everyone else is, too).
Anyway. If you have come here looking for, say, a wedding photographer, and wanted to look at some of my wedding photos, recent updates to the software has broken how the back-end works, meaning all the pictures Im copying over from Instagram are showing up, but all the older photos from Flickr are not.
I’m troubleshooting even as you read this, but not sure what the issue is or how long it will take to fix.
If you are looking for wedding photography services, just send me an email and I’ll send you a working link.
Sorry about that.
So. Snowfall warning in effect. That's nice. Despite the fact that most people are getting sick of the snow, the fact is, this is not so unusual. Welcome to the north. Oh, this is Shalea on a rather cold Grande Prairie day a couple months back.
So. I was thinking I’d be done with the snowy posts by now, but the snow hasn’t stopped, so the posts keep going. At least it isn’t as cold as it was when I shot this. Brrr.
Edmonton on a snowy spring break day, almost exactly a year ago.
Edmonton on a snowy spring break day with @kimberlywong333 almost exactly a year ago.
On the streets of Edmonton, before the snow started to fall. #snow
Lydia, out in the never ending snow. Not the current batch, but from last year. Which, I guess, finally ended. So, that’s hopeful. #stillnotspring #snow
Simone, as Red Riding Hood, in … wait for it … the snow. #willwintereverend