10 on 10

10 on 10 | February Edition

Welcome to our 10 on 10 project. This is a personal project. Once a month, along with 15 other photographers all post 10 images on the 10th day of every month. Please click through our blog circle to see all of our 10 on 10 projects. Next up is the very talented Amy Boring, California Lifestyle Photographer.

apres meal game.
You Pick Two.
1/2 birthday day.
off the bus.
Brenda Acuncius inspired v-day idea.

Please click on the very talented Amy Boring, California Lifestyle Photographer next.

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10 on 10 | January Edition | St Louis Chicago Photography

Welcome back and Happy New Year! We are excited to bring you our 10 on 10 this year. 10 images taken over the period of 10 hours on the 10th of the month every month. We are excited to bring you a group of photographers that will awe and inspire you to do this challenge with us! Start your own 10 group! So grab your cameras and start shooting for an entire day, every hour for 10 hours. It is such an amazing feeling to shoot all day and be able to tell a story with my images. This month’s edition was shot over the holiday break. We headed to Chicago to visit family and celebrate the holidays. One of the first days there we took the Metra into the city, which is such a “new” thing for our girls. We wanted them to experience the American Girl Doll Store on Michigan Avenue.

Please click through to our next 10 on 10-er, the fabulous Rachel Devine :: Photoblogger.

Shadow Dancing

train speed

“tickets please”

map it

family at the bean :: millennium park

Park Grill Bistro Hot Chocolate

the city

maya & marilyn monroe

american girl

back home

Please click through to our next 10 on 10-er, the fabulous Rachel Devine :: Photoblogger.

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Chesterfield, MO Family Photographer | 10 on 10 | I am thankful for…

I am thankful for…….

the change of seasons.

the backyard. Full of happiness and serenity.

wiener dog love. My little Cosmo. He is such a sweet and loyal little pup. He is about 9lbs. soaking wet. Seen here as my mole catcher.

freedom. I love my country. I am so proud to be an American and respect our nations real heros, those who fight for our freedom every day, the US Military. Lilah’s preschool class put up 2740 of these mini flags on the 10th anniversary of 9/11 this year in the front of their school so the children learned the impact of our loss that day.

laughter and the fall line up. I am in love with the new fall line up shows like Up All Night, New Girl, Suburgatory, and Happy Endings.

art. creativity. I love and appreciate all kinds of art, especially the stuff my kids bring home from school. Or the round table they have decorated in my basement off the cuff.

my education. This is something I am thankful for and noone can ever take away from me. I earned it and I am proud of my education and where it has taken me in life.

rain. Or any type of large body of water: ocean, river, lake or pond.

family night at Chick Fil A. I actually finished a meal because of the “balloon man”.

my family. They are my source of energy, love and support. I adore them.

Please take the journey through our 10 on 10 group and click through to the one of the most amazingly talented and creative photographers I know, Shannon Harrison | Jack and Ruby Studios | Temecula Family Photographer

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St Louis Photographer | 10 on 10 photo | Sara Tegman Photography

Its a Monday, also the 10th of October. So we thought it was the perfect time to share with you are beloved group and project called “10 on 10″. This started by a friend of mine, Shannon Harrison of Jack and Ruby Studios out of Temecula, California. This project was started out of a conversation I had with her about the book, “The Happiness Project” by Gretchen Rubin, a New York Times Bestseller. The premise in Gretchen’s book is to develop skills that change your life and ultimately make yourself happier. I am normally not an unhappy person, so the book and title seemed odd at first. Just like someone who doesn’t know me or who has never met me already assumed and is telling me that I was an unhappy person, boy don’t I sound like a pessimist, HA!. The Happiness Project is nothing like that. In fact, Gretchen Rubin mentions that she, herself, wasn’t at all an unhappy person, but that she felt that she could be happier and that she was going to write a book on “how to” become a happier person in one year. One of my favorite things about this book is that it is self-fulfilling, but doesn’t fall short of helping us all to understand that self-fulfillment is not to be mistaken for being self-centered. That because we can “dig deep” and understand what things in life make us our happiest will inherently bring happiness to all aspect of our lives. Our happiness only creates and begets happiness in our lives.

Here’s to our little “Happiness Project” called “10 on 10″. This is just me, being me on a busy Saturday with my favorite people. It is a lifestyle project in which I share ten images of one day in my life with you on the 10th of every month. This is my happy, my passion and my love for photography and my subjects. If you would like to indulge me on my past few months of 10 on 10. July, August and September.

Please join me in clicking through our circle of 10 on 10 to my dearest friend, Rebecca Conway | Knoxville Lifestyle Photographer.

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