I had such a great time taking photos of this family this weekend! They were perfect – full of laughter, interacting as a family, and just being themselves. Their outfits were coordinated by a relative who works at the Gap – can’t you tell? Here are a few of many favorites.
Here’s another photo from the farm we visited this weekend. You can’t go wrong with a bonfire, s’mores, and beautiful country skies!
Just another photo from Saturday morning. I love the simplicity and the early morning light.
We stayed at my in-laws this weekend in Southeast Kansas. As I stumbled my way downstairs, still half asleep around 7 a.m., I saw this out the front door. I immediately grabbed my camera and headed outside, barefoot and in my pj’s. My in-laws weren’t the least bit surprised when I came back in with wet grass clippings caked to my feet. They sure do know me! This photo is dedicated to my mother-in-law – today is her birthday!
Continued from yesterday’s blog post, here are a few more of the family portraits I did last week. I really enjoyed shooting in the country with the different scenery, few distractions, and great early morning light.
Ok, so I’m a little biased. I did a portrait session for my in-laws last week, and I can’t help but think these kids (my 6-year-old niece and 4-year-old nephew) are pretty cute. Their best features? Beth’s pretty smile and Caleb’s ornery facial expressions.Which photo is your favorite?
Hang tight, photos with Mom & Dad will be posted tomorrow. I didn’t want to post too many at once, and I love keeping you all in suspense.