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Takin a "breather" ....

Just wanted to pop by to take a break from some necessary editing and do a post on taking a "breather" from it all... Is that a word?  Things have been insanely busy for me, and I'm always very thankful for work.   This blog gives me space to post what I want and not always what I have to.  It's times like these where I need to recognize when to slow down and just have fun with my photography.  Here are some images that remind me why I do what I do and what they encompass to make them what they are and for me it's the intimacy, the texture and light that create a beautiful photo. This week will prove to be another very busy week but after reflecting on this, I am once again, good to go.    ~Enjoy ~

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A few good things ......

How was everyone's long weekend? Did you take advantage of an extra day to get away? We stayed close to home and spent time with family and worked in the garden. It was nice to be able to sleep in too!!!! Speaking of sleeping, I am so happy to finally see this bedroom get the attention it deserves ...... It is the first space that I shot for Karla Amadatsu from Kerrisdale Design Inc. and is featured in the latest issue of BC Home & Garden. It continues to be a favorite of mine. The colors are stunning and that studded, striped head board, TO DIE FOR! Master Bedroom Tracey Ayton Photography

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On another shoot I did for Karla is her own lavish office that is featured in the latest Style At Home 100 + Designer Secrets issue.

Office Tracey Ayton Photography

And while you're at it, feel free to check out some of my design ideas also in the Style At Home 100 + Designer Secrets issue ......... :-) Have a fantastic short week!

Livingroom Tracey Ayton Photography

 

Such a pretty office

Happy new week!  My weekend was full of sunny goodness and  I have to admit that I skipped working inside in order to spend some quality time outdoors.  Hence, why my post is a day late   ;-/  Nothing is worse than having to work indoors when the sun is shining.  A big part of my job is post production at the computer so anytime I see an office/work space that I love, I am totally inspired to bring some of that goodness in my own workspace.  A couple of years ago when I went to visit Erica Cook's home in Calgary, the talented girl behind Moth Design, I  was blown away with how pretty  her office was.  The colors were incredible and her little styling bits .... I swoon.  For me, being surrounded by little bits of goodness and order is what inspires me to work creatively.  I hope this inspires you like it did me! Erica Cook office 6 Tracey Ayton Photography

 

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