moonbellephotographyblog.com » Blog

I stepped into the house , my eyes slowly drinking in my surroundings. I was early so I took the time to look around. My feet sunk slowly into the persian rug below me. I turned a corner and my breath caught in my throat. A library. Beauty and the Beast has always been my favorite Disney movie. The private […]

View full post »

  • Laura Alaina Kee - Beautiful pictures, as always, Jessica!ReplyCancel

  • Chris McDonald - Wonderful photos!ReplyCancel

  • Janet Lingo - such gorgeous and sweet pictures.ReplyCancel

  • Jinci Carter - Beautiful pictures providing great memories of a spectacular day!ReplyCancel

  • Victoria Maxwell Tutwiler - Gorgeous pictures Sav!ReplyCancel

I arrived home early—sliding my shoes off as I came through the kitchen door and feeling the cool tiles beneath my feet. After making a warm cup of chai tea, I settled down at my computer and started downloading images from today’s wedding. Weddings often create a series of challenges–each unique to the day. They push […]

View full post »

We met on Green Mountain, walking along the winding forest paths for Alaina’s 1 year portraits. I’ve been photographing Alaina since she was born, and I think it makes sessions like these even more special. Over the past year, I’ve watched Alaina grow from the tiniest blue eyed baby to a fun, energetic toddler. I […]

View full post »

  • Laura Kee - Oh, Jessica!! They are perfect!!! Thank you so, so much! :)ReplyCancel

  • Janet Kee - Jessica,
    These are wonderful pictures! You capture so many different looks of her. Seeing the picture of her looking and listening to the book I gave her, and the comment you made about it, made me cry. (A happy cry), It is wonderful, especially to us, her grandparents, who can’t see her except through the pictures. Thank you for letting us see your blog!

    Janet KeeReplyCancel

I met Lacey and Roy in Green Mountain Park for their engagement session. We strolled though the forest under a kaleidoscope of perfect fall colors breathing in the crisp air. It was chilly and as we walked, Roy offered Lacey his jacket. She declined politely, but he pulled her close anyway–tucking her beneath his arm and kissing […]

View full post »