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I am so excited to be offering Mommy and Me sessions again this year they were just so much fun just year and a break from my normal Family Sessions. When Courtney contacted me she told me she had three children and two of them were twins, so naturally I was excited because I had all these great ideas in my head about how I could photograph them showing love to their momma. This would be such a sweet time for mom to just stop and spend some time with her children because they grow way too fast.
The first time we set our date and time Fog and a bit of rain decided to show up. The second time we scheduled our date it was gorgeous day but the wind decided to show up and I mean really windy!! All the wind also made the air a bit cool, but we decided that our session would go on as planned. The girls did so awesome playing, flipping and twirling in the sand with momma and brother, brother even got into the fun digging into the sand. Even though the wind was strong I think it fits this session quite nicely adding a whimsical look and isn't that what they call the" Salt Life Anyway!!"
This mom contacted me to say she wanted a session for her newborn twins but it almost did not happen. This babies were born early and had to stay in the hospital for a bit, then life of course gets in the way and then what do you know a hurricane comes to town. But that did not stop us, I came to visit this sweet family on the Saturday before Hurricane Nate came and we just had a bit of fun reading and playing with the twins.
Here is a tale about three little foxes who just wanted to run and play in the graveyard all day long!
It was a dull and cloudy day with a hint of fall in the air, which made it a perfect day to roam around in an 18th century graveyard (St. Michael's Cemetery). These two sisters were waiting excitingly in their Halloween costumes when I picked them up for our session. These are some of my favorite sessions to do because I like see their unique personalities shine thru.
This month my portrait class project was portraits without faces. This forced you to find creative ways to tell a story. Here are a few of my photos from this months project. My instructor actually chose on one of these photos to discuss during our class, can you guess which one? Hint, it has hands and lots of bright colors in the photo.