Since it’s my first spring back in Texas, I was not about to miss a chance to capture some images in the beautiful and all too fleeting bluebonnets. Three weekends brought forth a number of great shots from some of my favorite subjects as well as some new families. I can’t wait for those blue blooms to come around next spring and will definitely be planning ahead so everyone who wants a chance to pose in the flowers will get one!
I was lucky enough to have beautiful weather for my first ever set of holiday mini-sessions in Dallas. Not to mention some great families! Here are some highlights from the weekend. One of my favorite moments was when little Max, who is almost a year old, was determined to push a box with ornaments in it all over the driveway. I just let him do his thing and followed with my camera. Kids are funny.
There’s nothing quite like kids in their natural state. I headed over on a Saturday morning to capture Maggie and Haley at their home. Still in nightgowns and hair unkempt, they looked adorable as we ran around the yard on a gray, drizzly day – climbing trees, making up stories and hoping for rain.
Sometimes there’s nothing better than having a chance to shoot friends that are really more like family. Little Edie is a ham so I knew I’d get some fun shots out of her, but I had no idea that at only five months old, Gray would be such a poser. He didn’t mind the least when we sat him in a bucket for a good twenty minutes. The only snafu was when I had the bright idea to have Edie pose with the chickens down the street – turns out she was terrified that the rooster would get her. Then we got the whole family in on the action for a Christmas photo. Thanks guys for letting me be your photographer as well as a part of your family!