Gather all of your evidence and either get a consultation with a landlord lawyer / real estate attorney or go file a small claim on your own in the county court.
Make sure you take all of the papers, including the notice that the landlord originally sent. If she did not include the proper language in the notice that she sent you, then she has forfeited any right to retain the deposit.
Your description leads me to believe that your landlord has complied with the statute. Now you have to file an action in small claims court to recover the security deposit. You can attach copies of the pictures and receipts to your Statement of Claim and argue your case to the judge.
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