We are buzzing around here with excitement about our trip to East Hampton this summer!  We are now scheduling photography sessions for families and children for late July / early August in East Hampton, NY and surrounding areas. We are also offering our wonderful “Day in the Life” sessions – my fave!  Please contact us soon to schedule a time (a couple of our slots have already been taken) or for more information email: contact@shannonho.com
And we’d really appreciate it if you helped us spread the word!  “Like” us on Facebook and share our link!
Many, many thanks from everyone here at the studio…


Changing things up a bit with this landscape shot….leave a word that describes this photo and if your word is chosen you get a special treat from Shannon Ho Photography!

(shot at the lovely Lake Garda in Malchisne, Italy)

A lot is going on around here today….our studio has been featured on Society Bride blog today as well as a trip to NY and the Hamptons is planned!  Hope you will check out Society Bride and comment on the beautiful bride Stephanie!

We are headed out to the big apple for an In Your City-East Hampton in late July and want to take YOUR pictures, whether in the city or in the lovely Hamptons.  Please contact Amy@shannonho.com and we will get you the perfect date and time for your session.

It’s been a great Monday so far!

Thanks to everyone that participated in last week’s Wordless Wednesday.   Here we go again… tell us one word to describe the picture below and the person who posted our favorite word will getting a special Shannon Ho Photography treat!

I want to share this recipe with you for the most delicious dessert EVER!  It is so yummy, so easy and so FRESH.  I hope you will be inspired to try it.

Peach Enchiladas from Southern Living

16 servings

2-8oz. cans Crescent rolls

2 lbs. (about 4) fresh, firm peaches, peeled and quartered

1 ½ c. sugar

1 c. melted butter

1 tsp. ground cinnamon

1-12oz. can citrus flavored soda (I use Mountain Dew)

Vanilla ice cream for serving

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.  Unroll crescent dough and separate into triangles. Place two peach quarters on wide end of each triangle (hint: one upside down so they fit together), roll up triangles around peaches starting at wide end.  I seal the dough into little packages.  Place, point sides down, in a lightly greased 9×13 casserole.  In small bowl combine melted butter, sugar and cinnamon, stir well.  Drizzle over rolls.  Pour can of soda carefully around rolls, being careful not to take all the butter mixture off the rolls.  Bake at 350 for 45 minutes or until golden brown and bubbly.  Serve with vanilla ice cream

“Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength. These commandments that I give you today are to be upon your hearts. Impress them on your children. Talk about them when you sit at home and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you get up…”
Deuteronomy 6:5-7

We are keeping it simple around here.  Introducing Wordless Wednesdays…where the photos speak for themselves.  Do you have a word to describe a Wordless Wednesday photo like this?  Make a comment and tell us…my word for this photo is CHERISH.  Sorry, just had to put a word to this one.

She looks like she is working so hard to button that sweater.  How can anyone resist those beautiful red curls? I can’t.  Happy Monday everyone.

We posted Stephanie’s bridals here, and now want to share with you the beautiful wedding photos.  What a wonderful day, wonderful family, and wonderful future they have.  Thanks for the privilege.

Here are some special images I wanted to post on the blog…It always makes for a wonderful engagement session when the boy is completely and unabashedly in love with his fiance’.  It brings a calmness and ease to the session.  It allows me to simply stand back and capture those true feelings between the two people.  It allows the girl to relax and be herself and not worry if her hubby-to-be is smiling.  Vahid is head over heels for Sarah.  And Sarah is head over heels for Vahid.  I think you can tell…