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Monthly Archives: September 2008

Sound advice from a little person. From my daughter’s book: “My Life in Six Words.”

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I’m on Facebook – are you? Click here to find my page on Facebook and become a FAN of Kris Allen Photography. On my Facebook page, I’ll be posting more client sneak peaks, photography information and specials! Here are a couple of fun collages I’ve been working on this week.

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Wedding at Lake Sammamish State Park in Issaquah

I had a great time photographing Shana and Joe’s wedding on Saturday at Lake Sammamish State Park in Issaquah. They couldn’t have asked for nicer weather and I couldn’t have asked for a more fun couple to work with. Enjoy your sneak peak, Shana and Joe and I hope your cruise was fabulous!

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Holiday Cards

25 – 5×7, flat cards (and envelopes): $40.0025 – 5×7, folded cards (and envelopes): $66.0025- 5×5, tri-fold cards (and envelopes): $80.00 Card #1 (5×7, folded card) Front Inside Spread Card #2 Card #3 (5×7, folded card) Front Inside Spread Card #4 Card #5 Card #6 Card #7 Card #8 Card #9 Card #10 Card #11 […]

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After a lot of late nights, I’m thrilled to announce that my new website is live!! Check it out at www.krisallenphotography.com. And because I can’t make a post without a photo, here is a teaser from the wedding I photographed on Saturday. How fun was this bride?

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I had the pleasure of photographing this family on Sunday at their beach home on Pickering Passage near Harstine Island. What a gorgeous spot! We had crazy Washington weather – sun, clouds and rain all within two hours.

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The first day of school each year serves as a reminder of just how quickly my babies are growing up. Fourth Grade this year for her. Second Grade for him. and a new school with lockers!

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It’s hard to believe that summer is coming to an end. My kids head back to school tomorrow. We spent the last weekend of summer doing a little fishing and a little bridge jumping.

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