morgan hill lifestyle family photographer
For weeks my kids had been so excited for this event hosted by our local library. Since we found out about the Valentine’s Day Crafts for kids my younger daughter kept asking, “is it February 7th yet?”, almost every day. My older daughter can read the calendar now, so she was counting down the days, which was pretty funny.
Our library in Morgan Hill did an awesome job in preparing everything for the kids.
When my kids entered the room, they were invited to get whatever they wanted from a long table filled with cut shapes, stickers, scrapbook paper and stamps. The girls took only one or two things, thinking they have to pick ONE THING from the abundance of fun stuff laying on the table. Until I appoach them and told them they can take whatever they want (of course with some limits, right?). You should see how their faces lit up.
On the small tables all the kids were sitting and finishing their Valentine’s Day Crafts there were additional fun things available for the to use. One of the moms said, “gosh, this is great! and I don’t have to clean up after all“. I thought the same thing. And having all the stuff accesible to the kids was also great.
I loved it and the kids loved it even more. We have already put on my calendar another event: ROCK PAINTING.
My kids are total freaks when it comes to collecting rocks, so this is going to be an awesome event, I can feel it already 🙂 Not thrilled about new rocks coming home with us, but oh well…
I highly recommend checking out your local library for their free events for kids. I always get a brochure from them with the whole month’s events listed on them. You can probably check their website as well, or call them. 🙂
And if you’re free this weekend I have a great event for you. Valentine’s Day Mini-Sessions slash Portrait Playdate (which is more accurate way to describe it). Hit the link to see what’s it all about.
Also hit my Facebook page to see how you can win a photo session with me just by participating in the upcoming playdate!
Hope to see you there!
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Exploring Morgan Hill with Ewa Samples Photography.
Since we moved out from San Jose I have not had the chance, or actually put any serious effort into exploring Morgan Hill, our new home. I’ve meant to go here and there. I made several mental notes to visit particular places which I’ve noticed because I’ve driven by them many times. However there are always new books to be read, and thousand of photos to be looked through and edit for my clients. (Remember it’s Christmas Cards Season… 😉 ) – and life gets crazy for photographers. There are new projects to be planned, and there are days to just feel like you don’t want to do anything else but stuff your face with ice cream. You know how that goes. And there are days when you go out to location scout and you don’t take your camera with you. For unknown to yourself reasons.
Let me tell you, Morgan Hill is totally different from San Jose, Cupertino, Palo Alto, or any other city located in Silicon Valley. There is so many gorgeous places to shoot at just minutes from me. And I’m not talking about kids park with nice green grass, and some trees in the background. I’m talking about lush green fields, Natural Preserves, and creeks. It’s hard to believe I haven’t done anything about it. One place is like… well, outside the window. The other (which I haven’t visited yet), is 5 minuets of WALKING from where we live.
Morgan Hill is simply beautiful. It is my kind of place, being honest with you. With so many fields, farms, vineyards, orchards, and gorgeous natural preserves, it’s my heaven. Especially the part when it says “farms”. I dream about having one, someday. With horses, and chickens, and dozens of dogs, or/and pigs. Oh yeah!
Now I just feel like I’m on the mission to convince all my old and new clients who in most part come from San Jose, Palo Alto and Redwood City area, to start coming to Morgan Hill for their sessions with me.
This series, “Exploring Morgan Hill” is a part of this mission 🙂 Maybe if I show you all how gorgeous this place is, you’ll not hesitate a minute to drive the extra 20 minutes for your session with me.
And who knows, you might fall in love with it just like I did.
This album below contains two days and two locations. One is the one in front of our window, and the other is Coyote Creek Lake. Enjoy. And let me know if you have any favorite locations around Morgan Hill and Gilroy.
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