Christmas 2012 is now behind us & that feels pretty good to me. I'm ready to get back on track+ remembering what day of the week it is! Love the holidays but let's get that tree down......once the gifts are gone, it just looks like a sad and lonely little entity. Glad to be posting this session that was done in November because I promised Tracy I wouldn't reveal any of the photos until after Christmas since they were going to be given as Christmas gifts/cards. So the coast is now clear and the secrets can be revealed!
Looking back on these photos, I'm reminded me of what an absolutely gorgeous evening it was when we met up. I'd never shot at this location, chosen by Tracy (big thanks for the perfect spot!). Can't wait to make another trip out there. The lighting was golden and soft as the sun went down shaded by huge moss hanging oaks. Then out by the pond area, at dusk it took on a pretty, bluish, wintery look with dusty particles that could have passed as tiny snowflakes, except the short sleeves is a dead giveaway. It was still really warm out. Yay Florida!
This is my 3rd time photographing for this family, which started with Miss Riley's newborn photos (the middle daughter). They are such a beautiful family. I am in awe of Tracy as a "modern"Mom......... and I sincerely hope she forgives me that I didn't have a clue initially what she meant by "the girls would wear their camos for a few shots." I thought she meant "camisoles" and I was like, "ok, cool"........Dad loves hunting and I'm guessing, so does the whole family! So cute but I had no idea you could get camos in pink or even for babies, too! Love it!
We turned a newborn session into a family session to document welcoming the newest addition into the family. This little girl has lots of love!
I love sisters! Look how cute little Miss Riley is now! (yellow)
So beautiful, just like her Mom.
A houseful of camo-wearing girls! Dad must be pretty proud!