Friday’s Baby – Kerry Kippert Photography


A master at photographing Newborns, Children and Families, photographer Kerry Kippert  shares with us her passion. ” I absolutely love giving these images to my clients…they are timeless, they are so emotional and these memories will outlast time!  I treasure the time I have with each client and I consider them extended members of my family.”

Kerry a special touch with newborns. “Newborns hold a special place in my heart…I love capturing those first few days of life…they go by so fast and It’s so amazing to have those images to look back on.  As a mother of three, I understand the importance of capturing every moment!”

I really loved this photo. The colors are delicate and sweet, just like this little wonder in the basket.  I often wish I had been able to capture those special moments when my kids were newborns.  Now all grown up, I am lucky to catch them not putting their hands up and waving off my attempts to remember them at these stages of their lives.

You can take this time to capture your special moments with Kerry Kippert now by contacting her by email at –

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~ Crysta ~

If you are a photographer and would like us to feature one of your babies, human or not, email me at and we would love to feature your work as well as give you link ups and credit for your great shots.

Tiny Cthulhu found alive!



WP_001345The great Lord Cthulhu‘s love children have been found in the gut of termites.  Ok.. they are a little bit on the small side, say in in the range of 10 to 20 microns.  Other larger protists also found in termites  are around 50 to 150 microns.  The itsy bitsy single-celled organisms were named after Cthulhu, Cthulhu macrofasciculumque and are basically harmless. And as of yet, they haven’t formed a solid plan of how to take over the world, except one tree house at a time.

c3Erick James, a researcher at the University of British Columbia is a big fan of Lovecraft‘s ‘Call of the Cthulhu’ and when he spotted the lil Overlord under the microscope he was surprised to see that the creature’s tentacles and body were similar to Cthulhu and thus the name stuck.  James and his team were excited to give the tiny creatures this name  “as an ode to the sometimes strange and fascinating world of the microbe.”

Actually the creature’s  “tentacles” are what help the tiny monster to move around inside the termite’s gut.

But they didn’t just discover Cthulhu in there, they also found his daughter! Erick’s team also discovered another protist they named Cthylla macrofasciculumque.  In case you haven’t heard of Cthylla, she is a Great Old One . The youngest offspring of Cthulhu and his odd mate Idh-yaa   Cthylla was created by the British writer Brian Lumley, who added to the “Cthulhu Mythos” in the 1970s.







Friday’s Baby – Through The Years Photography

This happy baby  was photographed by Amanda Imholte, photographer for Through the Years Photography.  The joy in this photo is contagious and we are thrilled to share it with you.


You can find more of her unbelievable photos on her website or follow her on Facebook:

or through email – Amanda Imholte>

Have a great weekend!

~ Crysta ~

If you are a photographer and would like us to feature one of your babies, human
or not, email me at and we would love to feature your work as well as give you link ups and credit for your great shots.

“You are not entering this world in the usual manner, for you are setting forth to be a Dungeon Master. Certainly there are stout fighters, mighty magic-users, wily thieves, and courageous clerics who will make their mark in the magical lands of D&D adventure. You however, are above even the greatest of these, for as DM you are to become the Shaper of the Cosmos. It is you who will give form and content to the all the universe. You will breathe life into the stillness, giving meaning and purpose to all the actions which are to follow.”
― Gary Gygax



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Zombie Apocalypse: City vs Country Survival Option


Where would you go? I am still pondering which is better, finding a remote country location or taking a boat to a tiny island in the keys. Truthfully, it isn’t the dead that I fear, but the crazy live people!

Originally posted on Austin Concorde:

new-york-ruins-jenovah-artIt’s finally happened, despite all the jokes and games, the zombie apocalypse just got real.  My guess is that you have always had a plan for this but never expected to have to put it into effect.  Everyone’s situation is going to be different but there is one major choice you need to make and incorporate into your zombie plan. That’s whether you want to stay in a city or survive in the country.

First, let’s set the stage on what we are dealing with.  The zombie apocalypse happens way too fast for anygovernment to respond, the world is in a state of anarchy since a cure was never produced.  On top of that it is unknown if the zombies have a “lifespan” before eventually decaying into nothing.  So basically we are looking at whether zombies or humans die out first.  Now for the type of zombie we are dealing…

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