Trek To Tennessee – Part 2

The big steam locomotive that came through Kansas City a while back, came back through on the return trip to Cheyenne, WY a few days before Halloween, and we were fortunate enough to have the time between all of our other photo projects at the time to get some more photos of the train on its way into town.

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Frankenstein’s Monster

We’re changing things up a little bit today, with our first male model in this series of Halloween-themed photos.  Bailey’s brother, Nash, was kind enough to sit for a quick session in the studio and become Frankenstein’s monster.

Spider Serenity

We’re going with something cute for today’s Halloween-themed post, with the smallest member of our team standing in as the model for this photo shoot.  Serenity has been waiting to grow into this Spider Man dress for a couple years, and it finally fits just in time for Halloween this year, even if it is still a tad large on her.  We think she’s quite the cute superhero.

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Lili Von Havoc Sugar Skull

Yesterday we were heating things up with Lili Von Havoc’s devilish pin-ups, so today we’re going a more traditional route with some Day of the Dead sugar skull photos.  Lili was brave enough to try something new for us, and Rebekah at Petra de Salon provided her skills as a makeup artist to bring our idea to life. Continue reading

Trek To Tennessee

Union Pacific Railroad’s steam locomotive, Number 844 came through Kansas City a week ago, and Brian, being a big fan of old trains, went to see it at Union Station and then spent the day chasing and photographing it when it left Kansas City en route to Memphis Tennessee.  We hope you enjoy these photos as much as Brian did creating them.

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Longview Lake Fireworks

Yes, we know the 4th of July was two days ago, but Brian shot these photos that night out at the big Jackson County fireworks display at Longview Lake and didn’t want to wait a whole year to share them.  We promise this will be the last Independence Day post until next year, so sit back and enjoy one last round of fireworks before we dive into more summer photo goodness.

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