It’s the 10th of the month! Do you know what that means? 10 photographers share 10 of their favorite images on the 10th of the month, so here we go!

We had our first snowfall of 2014 here in Allen, Texas! So glad for this fellow northeastern friend who was willing to brave snowy roads and 18 degrees with her adorable little girl for a quick and easy snow session. We’d been chatting about for a while and waiting on a snowfall to get to shooting and I’m so glad we did. I just love this little session, this cutie didn’t mind the cold or the snow and had fun finding my little “snow bunny”.

And I’m going to add that while I’m editing this session, I noticed something big moving outside my window, and low and behold it is this big bobcat. (you’ll see the photo after the snow bunny session)  They are quite elusive, fast, and hard to spot, so the fact that he stared at me for 25 or so seconds was amazing. Possibly even more amazing was that I had my camera nearby and the settings from this little girls snow session were perfect for the bobcat as I had NO time to mess with camera settings! I only got 4 shots before he meandered on.

Ten on Ten eliz alex feb snow

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More info you say?  Of course – Eliz Alex Photography (est. 2010) specializes in photographing families and children in Plano, Texas; Allen Texas; Frisco, Texas, and the Woodlands, Texas areas.  Please message me to schedule your family’s photographic adventure!

Little people call her Camera Girl.  Elizabeth’s little people, two boys, call her Mommy.  She calls on her Canon, enthusiasm for the outdoors, creativity as a former toy maker, excitement for discovery, and addiction to Starbucks coffee to guide the littles, middles, and their families on photographic adventures.  Elizabeth’s love of nature and volunteer work at a local conservancy keep her connected to the land, and always seeking new settings where she can capture the natural light, the beauty of the local fauna, and the candid and the magical moments of the families she guides.