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Wordless Wednesday

{This session coming this week!}View full post »

For the love of summer

Made some cosmetic changes to the blog overall in an effort to make navigation easier for all visitors. I’veView full post »

Malone Maternity by Klocke Photography

Malone Maternity | Woodland Park, CO

The beauty in the following session is my daughter-in-love’s sister. We are not technically family, but we are familyView full post »

Sound logic by Angela Giles Klocke

Sound logic

When I’m on sessions with children, we usually end up in play at some point. That is, it’s sort of expected andView full post »

Wordless-ish Wednesday: Human Trafficking Awareness

Wordless-ish Wednesday: Human Trafficking Awareness

*In honor of my first writing credit in a very long time being in this week’s local newspaper, The Pikes Peak Courier,View full post »

That Face by Angela Giles Klocke Photography

Valentine’s, 3-month session, just because…

So, this face…amiright? These are my best friend’s girls. I am including that tidbit so you understand the casual laidView full post »

Photography by Angela Giles Klocke

Now Accepting Clients

Photography by Angela Giles Klocke (Klocke Photography) is now accepting clients. Please review the “No SessionView full post »

The Gates Family

Last year, I held a “Share the Love” session giveaway. Stephanie entered and was one of the winners! WhenView full post »

Looking back on January

A few things I learned – Fail once, try again. Fail twice, try again. Try try try again! Keep asking. I really CAN doView full post »

“Your camera takes really nice pictures!”

So, one thing photographers love to hear is how nice our cameras are at taking pictures. OK, that’s not true.View full post »

Welcome to the world, Aliza!

{Maternity Pictures Here!} Three short/long months ago, I had the honor of documenting the birth of my bestView full post »

The Martin Family

Let’s see, how long have I known Kira…let us count the years. Well, I’d count the years, but that wouldView full post »

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