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Bellini Studio is primarily a husband and wife team of Destiny + Dennis. We also frequently have others with us assisting, second/third shooting and otherwise being all around awesome. Islands are beautiful, but can be a bit lonely, so we believe in bringing someone along! Destiny and Dennis are the ones who mainly contribute to our blog and who you will see at your consultation, session, event or wedding. We are the ones answering your emails and phone calls. Even though being professional is really important to us, we really like to call our clients friends, so we hope you are okay with that!

In case you are wondering about our history, Bellini Studio began in 2007 in Southern California, initially as a newborn and children's studio. Now located in the Dallas area, the studio readily serves Southern California, Colorado, North Texas and the Pacific Northwest area with wedding and all-things family related photography. We are avid travelers and happily consider any US and International inquiries. Don't be shy!

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Seed of Greatness | Bluebonnet Mini | North Texas Children's Photographer

Hello there and happy Wednesday!

You know, I grew up in a family who pretty much threw a party at the sighting of the first Texas wildflowers of Spring.  Alright, maybe not a party, but we definitely had our fair share of loading up to take a drive to see the wild flowers.  Though, of all the colors that paint the Texas highways, there is nothing quite like the bluebonnet and the sea of blue that is created when you find an entire field of them.

Near where we live, we frequently pass a little brown hill on our daily drive. Sometimes we talk about how "the hill" looks so incredibly different when the bluebonnets are not there. 

And then, one day in early Spring, without notice and without fail, they begin to sprout. First as little puffs of green, and then these little blue flowers return.  Year after year, they make their grand appearance. Their seeds remain. 

For as long as I can remember, they have been there. Most see them as a symbol of Texas, but to me they are much more.  They are a symbol of hope and a symbol of promise.  That simple little brown hill, now covered in blue, reminds me that even when no one else sees it, there is a mighty seed of greatness inside.

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