About

Hello, I’m Paige…

I’m embracing my new season of life as a grandmother to Bowen and Brady. They call me ‘Hippie’ and I love the days I spend with them.  Recently I’ve been transitioning into my dream life of travel and living in my RV. It hasn’t come without a cost though and valuable lessons about human nature. I’ve endured suffering at the hands of another and am a testament of God’s mighty works. These times of trial inch me ever so closer to the person God created me to be and I give thanks and all praises for His providence.

I’m inspired by all things natural and free. Simple things like my grandma’s handmade quilts and walks in the woods are my keys to peace and happiness. I have this hippie nature and haven’t discovered exactly where in my family line I may have inherited this although born into the sixties, I likely found much influence frequently running behind my teenage siblings.  I’m inspired by my Indian heritage in many ways  thus the long braids which continue to grow at a phenomenal rate just like that of my late grandmother who wore her hair in braids well into her nineties. She was very much a quiet spirit spending her days gardening and sitting on her porch with bible in hand. I think of her most often and allow those memories to influence my way of living. I love the woods and forests. I love hiking, traveling, camping and music festivals. I like loose people with good vibes. And most of all, I love the Lord, who has gifted me with an abundance of creativity.

I’m amazed at creation and enjoy shooting in natural locations where I often ask my clients to dance and whisper, maybe a little toe rubbing and to just love on one another . To just be, to engage one another and to cast aside the thought of a so called session.  Instead we find ourselves enjoying a delightful snippet of life together. And from those moments comes authenticity. My sessions are often an adventure for many and at the end of the day we leave one another spent physically and with newfound friendship. These type days always make me feel life a little deeper and give me a fresh sense of God’s purpose in my life.

It’s my joy and honor to capture that with you and yours.

Paige

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 I don't even know what to say. But I get choked up over them. And the love and peace of their relationship. I think I'm feeling things super deeply. #1000gifts #thesepicturesarepoems  "You may kiss your bride" .... YES, three times because you feel so incredibly blessed! @geoffreyh616 loves him some @jucosper ✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨
 Kilgo Family #zues #frenchmastiff  Yesterday evening's wedding party Sibling closeness isn't determined by the desire to snuggle together. Sometimes it's just the faintest ability to touch without being shoved in the lake  Good morning  . #chehawwildanimalpark #albanyga #visitalbany #weddingphotography #lakechehaw #albanygaphotographer #bohowedding #lxc #hatcherwedding #siblinglove #growinguptoofast #weddinginspiration #weddingfun #tribelife #tribearchipelago #weddingparty #weddingphoto #weddingphotographer #georgia #georgiaphotographer #swga #southgeorgia #lakeside #hippiekids #realfriends #siblings #outdoorwedding #mumuweddings
 Meeko & my girl  Morning , glories ✌#thesepicturesarepoems #diaryofahippie ©>>~>day 134 #campvibes #dogsofinstagram #rollingontheriver #raisinghippies #appleofmyeye #babygirl #youaremysunshine  The resurrection fern's adaptation enables it to survive during extended periods of drought. The resurrection fern can lose about 75% of its water content during a typical arid period, perhaps up to 97% in an intense drought. During this time, it shrivels up to a grayish brown clump of leaves presenting the appearance of being dead. Upon being exposed to water, it "comes back to life" appearing lush and green. The name arises from this alleged "resurrection". However, the plant does not die during the process. Most other plants can only lose approximately 10 percent of their water content before dying.
 Be your own kind of beautiful  I love Julie for that very reason. She has a spirit of truth and empowers others. It was my pleasure to have a hand at capturing just that ✨  An ordinary morning in my neck of the woods  Wash your spirit clean from the earth-stains of this sordid, gold-seeking crowd in God's pure air. It will help you in your efforts to bring to these men something better than gold. Don't lose your freedom and your love of the Earth as God made it. ~ John Muir
 Do you know how much I loved this moment? Let me count the ways   She and I are dear friends. I often cry as I drive away from our visits because 89 years is more than we are promised already and I never want to give back this gift I've been privileged to hold sacred. Her name is Grace. Is it any wonder that she sustains me on so many days? Just yesterday, once again, my tears dripped on her kitchen table despite the dam I determined to erect in her presence. With the definition of friendship, she gently cupped her hands and caught them. Without doubt or fear or disinterest , she bravely assured me of time and healing, not in a cliche' way, but an emphatic one despite this being the humpteenth time. I spent the next few hours in meditation on being a friend while ironing clothes for her, my tears of gratitude pressed with starch dried upon her slacks. It is rare to have a friend who will bear our burdens in this fashion. >>~> I thank my God for her. “Fear not, daughter of Zion" John 12 - #1000gifts #friendsforever #holy #womenwholift #diaryofahippie © - Todd Stone

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