Levi had to do an animal project in Mrs. Mears 3rd grade class and he picked “Chickens” of course! We would like thank Mrs. Darla Taylor her husband Bart and their son Cole for showing us around the farm! Mrs. Darla was so very patient with all of Levi’s questions and let Levi take a chicken home! Levi presented his project and was given a 101 A++ for his Project! The following photos were taken at Shipman Farms and in our yard on mainstreet :-)
Thank you so very much Ms. Darla!
and thank YOU! MRS. CAITIE MEARS for being such an inspiration to Levi. We loved your project and we couldn’t thank you enough for allowing the children to explore a whole new world!
“The key to everything is patience. You get the chicken by hatching the egg, not by smashing it.” -unknown
This is Mallori and Kyle’s love story in Mallori’s words- enjoy~
Kyle and I met around Valentine’s day in 2009. I was out with my girlfriends and he was out with his friends. He came up to me while I was waiting to get a drink and handed me a rose. I laughed and smiled at him, and I didn’t get his name. We had mutual friends and met again a few weeks later but we were both seeing other people at the time. We instantly became good friends, and about a month after that things fell perfectly in place. Two months after we had been dating, I knew he was the one. While we were in Destin with friends, he told me he loved me and was going to marry me one day. Of course we were still young and I had just started nursing school and Kyle was waiting to start his new job at the Chevron Refinery. Four years later he proposed in the same spot in Destin, on a 72 foot yacht, while we were watching the fireworks on the 4th of July.
“I want the viewers to be moved into the lives of the people that they are looking at, the visual experience is incredibly emotional.” Paul Fusco
. “I love the people I photograph. I mean, they’re my friends. Ive never met most of them or I don’t know them at all, yet through my images I live with them.” – Bruce Gilden
“I have the great privilege of being both witness and storyteller. Intimacy, trust and intuition guide my work.” – Jim Goldberg
“I’m very open to any visual conceits and any possibilities at my disposal to be better explain to people the ideas I’m exploring.” – Tim Hetherington
“I am not an artist. I am an image creator.” – Sonja Fosheeing
Monday in New Orleans, LA
My son Levi and his chicken Daisy
©2014- Sonja Foshee Studio
quote – S. Parkes Cadman
A 30-passenger turbo prop departing from the Hattiesburg – Laurel Regional Airport set the stage for a real love story. Mark was taking his son to NYC, and Mary was headed to a meeting in Indianapolis. A promised post card and handwritten letter were the beginnings of a relationship built on trust, commitment, and grace. Over five years later, they celebrated their marriage at St. Peter’s By-the-Sea Episcopal Church in Gulfport, MS, on February 8, 2014.
I am among all men most richly blessed to witness the union of my brides and grooms new lives together. I am thankful they trust me to capture a tiny glimpse of the Wedding Day~
Ceremony Location: St. Peter’s By the Sea Episcopal——- Reception Location: The Chimey’s Both Locations Gulfport, MS
Video: Trevor Clary of TLC Productions 228-217-3434
Second Photographer: Keepsake Photography, Wiggins, MS—— Sonja Shamblin