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- baby geese -

baby geese - photo by: angela nichols

our baby geese hatched today at work!

- ryan & gub

hudgens center for the arts

6400 sugarloaf parkway #300
duluth, ga 30097


- a little book of sloth -

clementine’s favorite book these days is a little book of sloth by lucy cooke. it’s the cutest book ever! it’s filled with photos of sloths hugging stuffed animals, as well as other sloths, and details on their daily lives. clem has learned a lot from the book and now wants to visit the sloths at the atlanta zoo anytime we head there. if you’re looking for a new book for your children or need a great gift, this book will definitely bring a smile to anyones face. visit slothville for more information and other adorable videos.

by the way, the atlanta zoo recently partnered with animal planet to create a live sloth cam!!! we can now watch these slow-moving animals from the comfort of our laptop.

we were able to find a little book of sloth at the little shop of stories in downtown decatur! this adorable independent children’s bookstore is in the decatur square right next to starbucks. it’s filled with great books and toys for kids of all ages. they also offer story readings, summer camps, book groups and more, so be sure to visit and help keep such independent stores alive!

- ryan

little shop of stories

133 east court square #a,
decatur, ga 30030


- cute donkey -

i met this super cute donkey while working on a shoot in milton, ga a couple of weeks ago! he was super friendly and liked posing for photos.

- ryan

- owl sighting -

we recently had a sighting of our neighborhood barred owl in our backyard. for years we’ve heard lots of owls behind our house, but we never saw one up close, especially in broad daylight.

its eyes were solid black and really beautiful. it was totally staring us down while we took photos. unfortunately it flew away too quickly, so i only got a blurry shot of its wingspan. we could still see it hiding in a nearby tree after it flew away though.

- ryan & gub