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  • Welcome to Amanda House Photography!

    Thank you for visiting my website. I am a wedding and portrait photographer based in Hartselle, Alabama and have been in business since January, 2011. Since starting my business, I have had the privilege of meeting many wonderful clients, watching beautiful love stories unfold, and have also been given the opportunity to photograph in locations all over the world. It has been a truly amazing journey, to say the least.

    I recently took a step back from the photography business to live and work overseas. However, I am back in the USA now and am excited to be bringing new life back to Amanda House Photography.

    I am currently in a restructuring phase and am not booking any clients at this time. However, I hope to re-launch Amanda House Photography in the near future and take it in new directions. Please check back often as I continue to add new website content and updates.

“What was happening to him even in his most tedious moments was nothing less than an adventure.  In the future, once he’d returned to Red Bud, it might well be the thing that distinguished him from everyone else, the one exceptional undertaking of his life.”

Excerpt from the book Heaven Lake by John Dalton

Location:  YuYuan Garden & Bazaar | Old Shanghai, China

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“To my mind, the greatest reward and luxury of travel is to be able to experience everyday things as if for the first time, to be in a position in which almost nothing is so familiar it is taken for granted.”

Quote by Author, Bill Bryson

Location: Venice, Italy

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“Vincent had seen this landscape before in countless Chinese scrolls and wall hangings, the hills ink-brushed or water-colored, rearing up into such lofty, attenuated peaks that he could only suspect the artists of exaggeration.  They had not exaggerated.  If anything, they had failed to capture the full legion of pinnacles, a piked, ivy-cloaked regiment bearing down on the rice meadows, the roping Li River, the slight wisp of a highway upon which Vincent now traveled.”

Excerpt from the book Heaven Lake by John Dalton

Location:  Guilin & Yangshuo, Guangxi Province, China

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