Category Archives: tiny worlds

Snowflakes | NH portrait photographer

Look Out! Look Out! Jack Frost is about! He’s after our fingers and toes; And, all through the night, The gay little sprite Is working where nobody knows. He’ll climb a tree, So nimble is he, His silvery powder he’ll shake; To windows he’ll creep, And while we’re asleep, Such wonderful pictures he’ll make. Across…

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Winter Whispers | NH Child Photographer

Hi. I am Dana. I am a maternity/newborn/child portrait photographer based in Keene, NH with Firefly Photography. I am also half of the New England wedding photography duo, OneLove Imagery. I am pretty amped about exhibiting some of my photography at Burdick‘s in Walpole, NH right now through January 27, 2014. I initially thought to…

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Snowflake Fairies Part 2 | NH Photographer

I was looking down so much, that my neck started to hurt. No, this isn’t some kind of Winter Blues post…………A light dusting of sparkly snowflakes fell on Keene, NH. I posted a week or so ago of some Snowflake Fairies I photographed. I was back at it again with my camera.  This is what…

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Snowflake Fairies | Firefly Photography – NH Photographer

Today was a perfect day for those big fluffy beautiful snowflakes. It’s amazing how fleeting they are – it’s sort of a metaphor for impermanence, isn’t it? They are so delicate and unique and disappear with a single breath of warm air, or a gentle wind.  Next time it snows, look around……….these little glistening beauties…

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Misty Little Dreamworld | Keene Photographer

I went to England last month. It was on a whim. I thought my fondness for spontaneity would fade away after I had a kid, but it didn’t. I went on this trip alone. I have never been apart from my little mini for more than an excruciating 24 hours and I was certainly never…

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A Walk in the Woods | Keene NH Photographer

I took these photos in the woods in NH earlier this month. I also happen to admire Thoreau. He was a very principled and interesting man, critical to the Transcendentalist movement and he wasn’t afraid to go against the grain of society. It could be said that his writings influenced the likes of Dr Martin…

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Firefly Photography | Spring is in the Air

Spring is my favorite season, mostly because of all the new life in the natural world……but also because of the flowers, a soft breeze carrying the smell of the rain and the sounds of children and laughter sneaking through my screen windows….I shot off a few pictures at Kittatinny Valley State Park in Andover, NJ the…

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Peace at the Park | Firefly Photography

In stark contrast to what is going on in other parts of the state here as well as the dramatic tragedy currently affecting the Pacific, there was relative quiet at Kittatinny Valley State Park in Andover, NJ this morning. Enjoy these quiet images I shot on this chaotic day for our planet. I wish for peace and…

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An Arabian Alice in Wonderland: Travel Photography in Morocco

Before I discovered a passion in portraiture, my photography developed during my travels. Lonely Planet: Morocco makes mention of this small town in the Rif Mountains called Chefchaouen. My curiosity sent me over to Google Images, at which point I was determined to see this place for myself.  The town is painted blue and it reminded…

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  • Amy HendersonFebruary 28, 2011 - 10:45 pm

    Gorgeous images!!! And even more special by the sounds of the effort it took you to get there!!! Hope we get to see more 😀ReplyCancel

A Tiny Little Ice World

I loved magnifying this tiny little ice world that exists in my own backyard. Millions of individual crystals that are so intricate, so ornate, and yet disappear in an instant. I went outside carefully searching through snow for individual crystals with a twig and laid out the individual flakes on either a black scarf or…

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It’s Fall Here in NJ

…But I don’t like the fall. I know, there must be something wrong with someone who is not sick of the heat by September. The bottom line is that I don’t like to be cold and I am in a perpetual state of chillyness from October to April. Idealist that I am, I wanted to…

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