Happy New Year and New Beginnings by tisha lyn mccuiston

Happy New Year from Tisha Lyn

Well I have zero clue how it happened but 2017 is on it's way out the door! 
But I am ready and excited about 2018...our families words for 2018 is going to be "New Beginnings" for sure.

We have so many huge life changes going on at our home right now.
Between me going back to photography pretty much full time this year, kids going off to college, littlest going off to big school in the Fall, new homes, new new new new new....
Lucky for me I love change BUT with 6 people in this house I can't say the same for all my people.
Transitions and new chapters are always hard.  
There is always the feeling of loss and missing...the eagerness for the changes to just happen and be settled...the fear of the unknowns lurking around the bend.
We will manage no doubt though.  One foot in front of the other.

Before I head out the door to go and celebrate the New Year with friends I need to share at least a quick gallery from one of my favorites from the last month!  I will be going backwards in time over the next few weeks to catch up on sharing sessions that the world must see! 
(Too adorable not too share!)
Enjoy their adorable little gallery and stay safe out there tonight guys!!  
Happy New Year!! 

This must be the millionth.... by tisha lyn mccuiston


No really this new website feels like my millionth time redoing my studio site over the last decade plus as a professional photographer.
Granted this one was super crazy easy since I decided to give up on Wordpress for the actual studio site.

Bramble Hill will still be on Wordpress since it is a true blog, not really selling anything just sharing more of my personal life and food/farm/nature stuff.  Granted I am a blogging slacker from time to time.  Especially in the Winter when life in my garden and on farms slows down and hibernation kicks in.

But this little blog?
Well it is for sharing client sessions...of which I hope to continue doing for at least another few decades.  
See I have tried to put that old camera to the side a bit more over the last 5 years or so why my youngest grew up a bit.  The family needed me at home so home I was for the most part. 
After having him I ended up with "mommy wrist" ( better known as carpal tunnel syndrome) and holding a camera for long weddings was put to a screeching halt.
Until now!  I am recovering from the surgery to correct it now and can't wait to jump back into all things photography this year.

The combo of baby not being a baby anymore (travel for work again here I come) and my camera hand being back has left me crazy excited about what 2018 holds!

I shall try not to be too much of a blogging slacker but I make no promises.  
I will however be attempting to do a solid 365 challenge over on Instagram for my self.  I love the idea of capturing what is going on in my little family life at least once a day but honestly I am not sure how long I will be able to pull it off.  Should be interesting to see if I can 😂