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Sunday, November 10, 2013

drowning in a sea of... IMAGES!

Don't be fooled by the title, I am not complaining!

I've been one crazy-busy photographer lately.

I've been doing a huge amount of business work of all things... for places like: Invisible Sun (a local massage and facial and AMAZINGLY relaxing place in Union, MO), Bommarito Winery (between New Haven and Hermann, MO), and Flamingo Key Bed and Breakfast (in that beautiful area near Hermann/New Haven/Gerald, MO).

Top: Flamingo Key B&B. Middle: Invisible Sun. Bottom: Bommarito Estate Winery.
Wine Glass. Wine. Sunset Sky. My Mission: BEAUTY!

I've also been doing a lot of portrait work this fall for families and seniors. It's been rewarding helping document their lives and create images wall-worthy for my clients. 
Families and Seniors - OH MY!

It's been a blessing that this fall has been vibrant here in Missouri. The trees are alive with color. It's made for some amazing backdrops for my portrait clients.
Katelyn Mittler - Washington, MO Senior 2014
And, even though this was an overcast day... the clouds created the PERFECT backdrop for the Siem Family during this photo shoot. This image may be one of my favorites from a family shoot to date.
The Siem "children" (they're growing up fast!) 

However, it's not just about creating because you're told to or paid to... it's about creating to create. As in that moment you're out on a hike in Robertsville State Park, and you see the light... and it's something that MUST be recorded by the camera.

Robertsville State Park, Missouri. 
Robertsville State Park, Missouri.

Remember if you see anything you like here or on my facebook page, contact me... I am available for portrait and business shoots, as well as any images I create just to create... if you would like information on how to order those, too - just contact me.

All images and words by MK Designs Photography - Nov 2013. Do NOT use without permission.


  1. You do great work! -- Natasha skirvin

  2. Your portrait work is outstanding. Judy beasley

  3. Wow, these pictures are stunning, you have such a good eye. You make it look so easy! --Lynn Hart

  4. Love the wine glass pics! It would be neat to have winter ones with snowflakes in the air. Gail Sawicki

  5. Beautiful work!!!

  6. Amazing pics and such a wide spectrum! Very talented in all aspects! I always enjoy seeing your variety if work. -- Amy Muench

  7. I am such a fan Michelle! I truly love the simple beauty in your pics. Kind of like those Siem kids too :)
    Kim s.