About Danielle Huddleston Photography:

I am a wife, homeschool mom, a hiker, and a photographer living in Oklahoma. I love beautiful light and being in the woods. I share what I love on this blog, be they trails, pictures, or homschooling curriculum. Thanks for stopping by!



  • Archive: March, 2013



    Tatur Snake Run 2013

    Friday, March 22nd, 2013

    The start of the 6 hour race.

    Those kids are amazing.

    They look like they could run forever.

    This is the start of the race my husband did.

    It is 3 hours long.

    You run as many miles as you can in 3 hours.

    I actually liked this race since it was at Turkey Mt.

    That place just feels like home to me.

    I am probably spending too much time there if that is how I feel…

    I had these two little hoodlums with me for 3hrs while my husband ran.

    We hiked while Nick raced.

    They were doing laps so we would head back in time to watch Nick run by.

    GO BABY GO!

    They needed a quick snack break.

    Then more hiking.

    More watching…

    Nick did over 14 miles!

    He just started running a couple months ago!

    I am blown away with how far he can run already.

    I have run a little bit with him and the boys and can already tell a difference on our hikes.

    I feel like I am not winded as easily.

    Do you run?

    Trail running is something I have always wanted to do.

    I just like to do anything that involves me feeling free in the woods.

    I feel like a kid playing when I run in the woods.

    Until my adult body feels like it is going to collapse!

    But for that whole minute of running I feel free…

    Andrea’s Family

    Thursday, March 21st, 2013

    This little ones has some great expressions!

    Love it!

    I just did newborn pictures of this little one last month.

    She is so precious!

    Self Portrait ~Day 30 and the right white balance

    Thursday, March 21st, 2013

    This is my last picture for this project!

    30 Days.

    I was in a shaded area with a lot of sunlight behind me when I shot this.

    I would usually have my camera set to Cloudy White Balance (White Balance determines how cool or warm a picture should be).

    I forgot to change it and the white balance was set for full sun.

    This is my picture set to the wrong white balance.

    I had edited it before I realized I did not really like it and chose to change the white balance.

    Here is another picture I took with only the white balanced fixed to cloudy.

    No other touch ups were made.

    Here is the original with no touch ups set to full sun.

    Do you have a camera that lets you set the white balance?