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    South Carolina Photographer Captures Sunning Photos Of Babies Born DURING Hurricane Matthew

    Cassie Clayshulte Photography captures these amazing photos of babies born during Hurricane Matthew and creates beautiful works of art that show that miracles can happen during even the most devastating times. Instead of posing them in her studio or in flower patches like she usually does, Cassie Clayshulte is photographing them in front of areas hit hardest by Hurricane Matthew to show that there is HOPE for all those in Matthew's path.

    Cassie Clayshulte Photography, Usually photographs babies in a beautiful field of flowers.....

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    but now most of those flowers are gone......

    Instead, she decided to embrace the devastation that hurricane Matthew unleashed on South Carolina.

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    *note baby was safe at all times and area was inspected for safety prior to shoot.

    Because every tree that didn't destroy a neighbor's home is a beautiful miracle!

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    *note baby was safe at all times and area was inspected for safety prior to shoot.

    and let's face it, these photos are beautiful!

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    She can turn even the most unlikely places into beautiful photos!

    Like this home and fallen tree where the following two photos were taken....

    A miracle among the devastation of Hurricane Matthew

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    and this baby in front of a fallen Carolina Pine....

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    My clients always request to have photos taken under the mossy oaks in our community. Unfortunately, the oaks are usually 40 feet in the air and my clients are only a foot off the ground..

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    "So I might as well take advantage of these trees being on the ground for once..."

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    "These trees might as well be a part of something beautiful before they get cleaned up and made into mulch..."

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    These photos are stunning work of art and symbols of hope for those in Hurricane Matthew's path...

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    And proof that beautiful things can happen even during the most devastating events.

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    Like these beautiful photos!

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    And this one in front of a fallen 200 year old live oak tree.

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    4 Day old Charlotte was born in Charlotte, NC while her mother was evacuated and her daddy was in a shelter on Hilton Head Island, SC waiting out the storm as a first responder.

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    There are over 25,000 trees down in the Lowcountry and this is one of them.

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    But somehow through all the devastation, these daisies survived the hurricane....

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