Beth Shepherd - Pampers and Pakhlava

About Beth Shepherd

Some might fend off a mid-life crisis by leaving the comforts of their corporate salary to jet off to a deserted island. Others might buy a Jaguar. I’ve chosen to dive head-long into my 50s and beyond by becoming a first-time parent. I’ve traveled halfway around the world (several times) before adopting my daughter, and now I share my musings about life with a toddler in the Pacific Northwest.

Recent posts by Beth Shepherd

Chickadee-dee-dee

We have a chickadee family nesting in our birdhouse again this year. Watching Mama and Papa fly back and forth—literally hundreds of times each day—reminds me that parenting is a lot of work, regardless of whether your offspring have legs or wings! Occasionally they stop for a moment to take …

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Reflections in Paris

I love capturing reflections when I travel, in windows, at the water’s edge, on a tabletop, the rear window of a car. Life in the mirror, the view before your eyes. And yet, at the same time, a different perspective. Here are a few, from Paris….

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Behind the scene in Paris

As a photographer, with a daughter who does not like being in front of the camera, I am forever trying to coach a smile. And when traveling, catching candid photos of locals—face on—can be a challenge or, in some countries, dangerous. Interestingly enough, I’ve found you can still capture the …

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