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Terilee Dawn

It is hard to think of a way to describe myself so that you can get to know me better. I love having a blog because it is a place for me to show my most current work and at the same time post random things about my life. I have a deep passion for life and it is my goal to live it to the fullest. That may sound kind of cliche but it is so true. I love adventures, and people, and photography is an avenue for me to experience both in a fun artist way. Photography is an outpour of what I see and how I view life. It allows me to capture those sweet moments in life in a way that when I look back at the images I can remember how it felt to experience that moment. That is why I love my job, I get to capture pure moments for people that they will always get to take with them. I hope you will stay a while and look through my blog and get inspired.

“Mind The Gap”

This past week I took a very short trip to London, England. I went with a friend of mine Shelley whom I am doing a book project with. We have been working on this book project since January and it ended up taking us to England. (More on that will come later once we are ready to launch what we have been doing.) I must say I can’t complain I loooove traveling. I actually lived in England for 6 months about 9 years ago so it was really fun for me to go back. I really like it there. Since I can’t show the photos I took that brought us there I will show all the random ones I took while there. On our free time we basically walked around, ate, and went to three broadways, all in all it was an amazing trip, and I already want to go back. Enjoy!






This old couple was so cute. I could nothelp but take a few photos of them.



We Stumbled across this market on one of our walks and it was one of my favorite places we went. I love glass blown stuff and these balls were beautiful.


I love the cloud that surround big Ben. So England.


A picture of Shelley at the Westminster Abbey



All the theaters we went to had this old school feel. I loved it.


You could rent these bincoulars at “The Phantom of the Opera”


One of my favorite things was finding these red shoes nailed to the side of a building. It made me happy.



Now this last pictures has to do with yogurt. When I lived in England I was obsessed with these yogurt corners and was probably the most excited about getting to eat these again. I had two or three a day. They are just so good. If anyone is planning on going to England anytime soon they need to make sure they go to a grocery store and purchase some. So Yummy!


June 16, 2009 - 1:47 pm Vicki - Mmm yogurt corners! I like the title of this blog..heh heh. This made me want to go back!

June 16, 2009 - 3:15 pm katie - k. first of all: love your shirt in the last shot. i want one. ;o) second of all: why did you not introduce me to yogurt corners when we were there? third of all: has it really been almost nine years ago? fourth of all: i'm jealous you got to go back and lastly: what texture did you use on the first ones (especially the phone booth?) love it.

June 16, 2009 - 10:47 pm Nicole Farley - I LOVE looking at your pictures! I'm SO impressed with you, so talented! These are so neat, I'm so happy you had the chance to go there! And, I'm excited to hear more about this book...

June 17, 2009 - 10:10 pm Carla - Oh how these photos make me want to travel again. So many awesome shoots T.L.!! I too am pretty pumped about this book thing?!?! I love surprises!

June 18, 2009 - 8:34 am - Terilee, These speak volumes about the trip! Thank you so much. I am so glad you introduced me to our new favorite thing: yogurt squares! Shell

June 18, 2009 - 10:00 pm Anna Lindsey - jealous, jealous, jealous! That's amazing! once again, lovely pictures. I miss you girls. I can't wait for the book too. keep us posted:) Anna

June 22, 2009 - 6:19 pm Amber - Beautiful pictures. I have never been, but now I must go! I love the one of the blown glass. You should put that one up in your house with the picture of that glass ceiling.

June 22, 2009 - 6:32 pm megan - Mmmm...yogurt corners. The 2 times I've been back (long layovers enroute to or from Africa) I basically sprinted to Sainsburys and purchased yogurt corners.

June 24, 2009 - 10:57 am Sophia - Your new blog makes me happy. So does your smiling face. ♥ soph

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