Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Senior Memory Albums

So, if you haven't heard about the latest craze in senior photography, listen up! These coffee table style books are so fun and a wonderful way to preserve your memories from your senior year. Senior books from Four Seasons are designed by a professional graphic designer and are bound in a black leather cover. The book includes all the pictures from your senior photo session (that's a lot!). It even has space for friends to leave personalized notes in the back and has a "FAQ" page with all kinds of info on you. It's like an super cool, personalized, way-more-awesome-than-a-yearbook book!

Check out Natalie's book:

These books are included with our "Pomp & Circumstance" package but are also available for purchase a la carte!
Megan Franks of Four Seasons Photography specializes in on-location photography for seniors in western Oklahoma including Elk City, Clinton, Weatherford, Woodward and all areas in-between!

Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Just a Few

WHAT???? Two blog posts in one day? I know...unbelievable (but I have a very busy week coming up, so I thought I'd get things in while I can)!

More "this-n-that" of my own little family from back in December:




The Heart of the Matter

I know...I're not supposed to talk about religion or politics. Don't worry, this blog is not about to become a political soapbox, but I did want to pass on an interesting link for anyone who's having trouble getting to "the heart of the matter" (a.k.a. "the issues") in this year's presidential election trail.

Want to know which presidential candidate best represents your views on the hot topics? Check out It can be really helpful and it only takes a few minutes.

Sunday, January 20, 2008

Year in Review ~ The Slideshow

I prepared a slideshow with a variety of clients and images from 2007 to show on the blog....but I goofed up when uploading it to YouTube & I can't imbed the video here. Feel free to check it out anyway! You can see Four Seasons Photography's 2007 Year in Review Slideshow by clicking HERE. Enjoy!

Friday, January 18, 2008

January Blog Special!

Yea, I know....I'm a little behind! But without further ado, behold the January Blog Special:


{Limited to photographer availability--for Leedey, Hammon, Vici, Elk City, Woodward, Clinton Weatherford and surrounding areas only. You must mention that you saw it on the blog in order to have the session fee waived. Offer good until January 31, 2008.}

The best time to get photograph your new baby bundle is during the first two weeks of life. We want to get them while they are still nice and sleepy!!

How can you resist a FREE session? Call me: (580) 705-0054


P.S. Happy Anniversary to me! Tim & I celebrate 11 years together today!

Thursday, January 17, 2008

The Old Church House

Just a random image I found stored on my hard drive. I have a thing for old run down buildings, especially churches. I've always dreamed of buying an abandoned church and turning it into a studio or a wedding chapel. Of course, the cost of moving an old building on top of renovating an old building is astronomical. Leave it to reality to kill dreams! :)

Friday, January 11, 2008

What I Did on Christmas Vacation: Part Three


The Franks family delayed our Christmas celebration until January so that we could journey to the mountains of Red River, New Mexico for some fun in the snow. I've been to Red River many times over the past eleven years, but I think this was the best snow and the best weather I've seen since I first started going there.

Without further ado...


A view from the top. Not bad for a little point-n-shoot camera! (I had to borrow Hannah's camera--I saved my camera for tubing and candids. My camera wouldn't fit in my pocket anyway!). By the way, that tiny little person is Tim skiing ahead of me...


Lauryn snuggles with Aunt Sherry.


Me and my ski school drop-out took a few runs on the bunny hill before we retired her skiis and boots.


Brittany and her coolest aunt (me!) on the lifts.


Check it out: Grandma on the snowmobile! Go Grandma!


Gang's all here (minus the adults)!

This concludes my presentation of "What I Did on Christmas Vacation." Please join me next time for "What I Did on Spring Break"-lol!

Wednesday, January 09, 2008

What I Did on Christmas Vacation: Part Two

Hanging out with the family!

We headed to Kansas for a Christmas celebration with my family: the Wisdoms (I know, it was an awesome maiden name. I should have kept it--just kidding!).

We were only there for 25 hours (because we suddenly were in a blizzard warning and decided we had to high-tail it home), but we managed to pack in a lot in a short time.

My dad made these....


along with ham and (my personal favorite) cheese grits!


Here's a picture of Tim and Scooter, "the Christmas miracle." Scooter never had been very adventurous....until we let him run free in the Kansas, I mean, plainsland. We spent over an hour scourging the surrounding roads and cornfields by foot, car and four wheeler to no avail. Later, Tim went out to check his phone messages and made one last sweep in the car. He spotted tiny brown puppy ears in the neighboring field and Scooter was rescued.


Monkey see, monkey do! My sister discovered that her daughter, Sophie, likes to walk around the house humming, like her Nana. Seems like she is taking on more of her characteristics in this picture!


We played a little Bingo before heading out.


Scooter bonded with the newest addition to the clan: baby Callie. Stay tuned for pictures; she'll be here soon!


Meet the parents...


...and the whole herd.

Monday, January 07, 2008

What I Did On Christmas Vacation: Part One



My best friend wheeled into town with her family just in time for a nice December snow. Being Texans, they aren't really used to seeing much of the white stuff, so we took advantage by heading to the hill of our local park for a fun--but chilly!--afternoon excursion.


Poor Coop...he wasn't prepared for the western Oklahoma weather. We had to hook him up with some high dollar snow boots (a.k.a plastic bags to cover the tennis shoes). Not very stylish, but they got the job done!



Tim showed us his acrobatic skills.


We took a few spills...but it's not fun unless you get all snow-covered!


Above all, we were sure to obey all local ordinances. {lol}

Come back soon, Coopers! We'll put in a special order for snow if we need to! :)

Wednesday, January 02, 2008

New Year = New Homepage

Give it a glance sometime. And if you have DSL but the page still takes a long time to load, would you please drop me a note in the comment section? Thanks!

Tuesday, January 01, 2008

Happy 2008!

May your new year be blessed and full of happy memories!

~The Franks Family