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i'm stacia. i'm a photographer located on the west coast of florida and i specialize in lifestyle, family portraiture. here you'll find a modge podge of my most recent work, personal projects and guest appearances by the cast of characters i call my family. my portfolio can be found at www.staciahehenberger.com

Saturday, December 22, 2012

sunshine | stacia hehenberger photography

'he was sunshine most always- i mean he made it seem like good weather.'
-mark twain, the adventures of huckleberry finn

Friday, December 21, 2012

layers | stacia hehenberger photography

there's just something about layers of legs
and tangles of toes
that warms my heart
and makes me whole.

Monday, December 10, 2012

it was time | stacia hehenberger photography

life is like riding a bicycle. to keep your balance, you must keep moving.
-albert einstein

his tricycle had been sitting under his fort for about a year.
rust had crawled over the shiny silver
and the moveable parts creaked from neglect.
but he decided in that moment that it was time to get back on,
time to try again.
so i carried it out to the sidewalk, grabbed his shoes and off he went.
just like that-
he decided it was time and off he went.

Thursday, December 6, 2012

daydreaming of playgrounds | stacia hehenberger photography

i know there are a lot of you out there who have been wishing us well,
sending prayers, positive thoughts, food & treats, sweet messages and love in heaping doses.
 i owe you all hugs & thank yous. 
some of you i've gotten to, some of you are still on my list.
the truth is, we're just a little caught up in the chaos that is our life.
we're caught up in some major healing over here.
we're staying afloat but our nostrils are just above the surface
and that's just how it's got to be for a while.
so thank you. keep em coming.
we appreciate the village that has risen up to help us through this tough time.
and we're so grateful for everything we have-
grateful is a word that runs rampant in our vocabulary these days.

i'm working on a post that chronicles our first moments & days after kyle's accident.
but i'm mentally, emotionally and physically drained these days so
i'll keep chipping away at it.

for now, please revel in a few glorious film images taken last month
during a sunset rendezvous at one of our favorite playgrounds.
until we meet again (that is, the playground and us), we'll be daydreaming of sunset family date nights full of running & climbing & swinging.

mamiya 645
kodak ektar film
scanned by the FIND lab