Images for Sale

First, a bit of housekeeping:  I’ve finally connected with a photo lab so folks can view their images online and place orders. Slowly but surely I’ll be uploading photo sessions from this year and a few from last fall (but not sessions prior), so if I’ve taken your photos in recent months, please take note. Access to full collections are password protected for now. If folks are okay with them being public, I’ll make them public.

Moving forward, this is how I’ll give clients access to their images. Downloads are free if you want to use a different photo lab, but for ease and convenience you can order prints and such directly from the site.

Now, onto the sale.

Many of the photos I take aren’t of people at all. I love landscapes and scenery and seeing something beautiful in the ordinary. To make good use of these images, I’ve decided to make them available to everyone for personal use.


Now available for download is a small collection of images from various trips over the last few years to the Pacific Northwest, Santa Fe, Chicago, Charleston, Washington DC, and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

Prayers of the People

It’s a diverse collection of photos that would be lovely for canvas prints, desktop wallpapers, or some other use that you find appropriate. Someone you love may enjoy one as a gift.


Though I often find it difficult to put a price on anything I create, I am determined to embrace some level of worth here and not be that person who gives everything away.

Weight of Water

Therefore each image is $15, payable through PayPal.

Garden Fount

I will continue to upload additional photos over time, so check back often to see what’s been added. If there’s something specific you are looking for, let me know.

Library of Congress

For now, follow this link (JennieCreates at Pixieset) to view the full collection. By offering the images as a download, you can use the photo lab of your own choice. If you encounter issue with the site, please let me know immediately.

Thank you for indulging me, readers, and to those who’ve encouraged me in this creative realm, a thousand thanks go your way.

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