Halloween at Unicorn Villa

Sunday evening we attended a Halloween (pre-Halloween) party at Unicorn Villa. We always try to come up with creative costume ideas based on things we already have, so we don't spend a lot of money. This year, our costumes were inspired by our trip to Cozumel, Mexico for our honeymoon. While we were there Skip picked up a Mexican wrestling mask, and I bought myself a lovely embroidered Mexican dress. I went as a dia de los muertos senorita & Skip as a luchadore. I added one of the spanish fans thats my bridesmaids carried from our wedding and some old jewelry I had. I purchased a piece of black lace for my headpiece and some cheap face makeup. Skip bought a pair of white tights (he already had those tight blue things from this summer), and there you have it!
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scenes from Unicorn Villa

the host, Bo-peep & Woody from Toy Story


"Halloween Dress-up" photo challenge- I Heart Faces


I've been working on seasonal & holiday items...
...like this crocheted hat & scarf "doggie" set. And new wreaths.
Baking lots of pumpkin goodies like everyone's favorite pumpkin chocolate chip bars 
& pumpkin stuffed shells.
Getting ready for Halloween activities. 
And working on holiday items for the Etsy shop, including photo cards, jewelry, and more. 

*Incase you didn't know, I'm always taking custom requests for both photography & craft items. I crochet, make jewelry, make wreaths, bake, and much more!



To see more photos from the Ride On/ Chris shoot, see the Flickr set HERE.


Ride On Auto Repair

I recently took photos for Ride On LLC Automotive Repair, a local independent auto shop located on Memorial Drive in the heart of Atlanta. 

After the shop shots, I also did a shoot with the owner Chris. Those photos coming tomorrow!

Around town

On this day, I saw...


Hillcrest Orchards 3

rows & rows of apple trees

That's all folks!

Hillcrest Orchards 2

More from the Orchards... except, wait, that doesn't look like an orchard to me. Oh yeah, so they had this "moonshine museum". It included a couple of old, super smelly stills, and then this structure that had some sort of exhibit in it. Lets just say every time I turned the corner a little squeal came out. This place is CREEPY! Take a look for yourself...
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