Introducing Coralberryh3art™!!


♡Hi! I’m Lady Elizabeth Nylen, you can call me Lizzie-Beth or just Lizzie is fine, too! I am the proud owner of Coralberry H3ART™ Thanks for visiting my blog page! If you have Facebook please find me: and click Like on the page and I’m on Instagram @coralberryh3art, so please Follow to support me in my new endeavors! 🙂

Short bio: I was born in California and lived in the Midwest for 3 years in middle school and then came to Oahu during my high school years and have pretty much been here ever since. I have two beautiful children with my wonderful husband. You’ll likely see my kids in my pictures since I prefer taking portraits, but I also enjoy taking nature pics.. So prepare yourself for pictures of the sky, the ocean, and pretty flowers or trees I happen to walk past and short stories that inspire the perspective that is Coralberryh3art™. Occasionally, you’ll see some of my art as well. The H3ART part of our name was inspired by the heart and is intended to incorporate my favorite highway on the island, the H3 and the word ART, together making the word HEART. This blog as well as my CoralberryH3ART will represent my love for the island, love for my art which includes but isn’t limited to my photography and my paintings, and last but not least the greatest love for my fam(ily). This is my Coralberry Heart. ❤️ For anyone that’s interested I shoot with both my iPhone and a Digital Canon EOS Rebel T3i. To contact please e mail: coralberryh3art[at]gmail[DOT]com. Thx for reading and I do hope you check back soon!


2 thoughts on “Introducing Coralberryh3art™!!

  1. I love the sassy behind your blog 😉 And I can’t wait to see more pictures!! I also have a Canon EOS Rebel T3i. 🙂 I could use some tips for how to get a good picture 🙂

    • Thank you, Vanessa! I’m still getting used to my camera myself (got it year before last but hadn’t used it much until recently) so I don’t have much advice.. however, lighting is really important! I allow auto focus and remove the flash most of the time. I also open the window shades when shooting indoors to let the natural light in from outside because it makes the biggest difference for me. Hope this helps! 🙂

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