The annual Santa Photo can’t be missed, it’s a tradition. Come visit Santa and create a holiday memory! Great for all who are young at heart!!!
Saturday, December 9 from 9am – 4pm
Sunday, December 10 from 9am – 4pm
9131 California Ave SW – 98136 (just up the street for the ferry dock)
Avoid the wait when you make an appointment!
Call Today – 206.371.0585 or email: email@example.com
Ten Minute visits with Santa:
2-5×7 & 4 wallets $40
4-5×7 & 8 wallets $50
Session download with no prints $50
Session download with print purchase add $20
Deliver to Schoolhouse No Charge
Please mail add $3.50
All packages INCLUDE Washington State sales tax.
20% will be donated to the Fauntleroy Community Service Agency (FCSA)
Mom called in a panic…do we have time to meet the yearbook deadline? Of course! I met up with Emily at Lincoln Park. Again, shooting in November is always a challenge but we managed to squeak in a great session before the rain began. Emily had gotten all sorts of advice from her model friends on how to pose… yet her natural stance, willing attitude and natural beauty came shining through. She was an easy subject for my philosophy on shooting…simple, honest, real.
And remember, it’s never too late for senior portraits.
The Anawalts call every year for the annual holiday photo. Capturing images at this time of year is always weather dependent but the crisp early morning air and sun breaks all worked in our favor. Traversing the property we found lots of interesting areas for the pics. We go through our ritual of groupings including mom and dad, mom with the girls, dad with the girls and the family all together.
Remember, it’s always a great time to capture family images….
The Power of Community shines thru during the Southwest Seattle Historical Society’s 2017 Champagne Gala Brunch. community members came together to raise more than $82,000 at Salty’s on Alki on November 4th.
SWSHS Executive Director, Jeff McCord served as Mast of Ceremonies; Ron Hippe was the auctioneer, and special guest Connie Thompson interviews local icon, Jack Miller. Dave Montoure won the Wait Wait Don’t Tell Me contest.
Their goal: preserving West Seattle heritage.
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West Seattle Helpline
The 8th Annual Neighbors Helping Neighbors Fall Dinner & Auction raises funds for the West Seattle Helpline’s emergency assistance programs. The nonprofit steps in to offer emergency assistance with rent, utilities, and clothing. Maureen Hershel co-founded the nonprofit. Her husband Gregg Hersholt, local radio journalist and West Seattleite was guest speaker. The Neighbor of the Year Award went to local mail delivery person, David Sochenda.
The Neighbor of the Year Award went to local mail delivery person, David Sochenda.
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I love it when high school seniors know what they want. Ci had some definite ideas on location and clothing as we headed to Discovery Park. With interesting trees to climb, fall colors, and beautiful fields we hit the jackpot! Take a look….