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Remember Miss M?  I got together with her whole family a couple of weeks ago to take their family photos.  The kids were all cooperative (even the younger boys, who didn’t want to ruin their street cred by looking like they get along with their sisters).  This is such a great family…I admire them so much.  I hope my kids are as well-behaved as these guys when we hit the teen and tween years!

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Thanks, M family!  Enjoy your preview!

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One of the great things about photography for me is that is forces me out of my comfort zone and I am able to meet and interact with new people.  L & J were a referral from one of my other clients.  They’ve been married just over a year and want something other than wedding photos on their walls at home.  It was such a pleasure to meet them and have some fun shooting photos.  Plus they have one of the cutest dogs I have ever met.  Enjoy the preview!

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You might remember this little guy from this post.  He is 6 months old now, and just as cute as can be!  Look how much fun we had the other day when he came by to have his photos taken!

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This was a very fun shoot!  I had wanted to do a family shoot at this park for a while, so I was very excited that the p family chose it for their location.  They had done a lot of research, driving around and looking at different places, before settling on this beautiful park up the canyon.

The day was cold and slightly overcast.  A storm was rolling in, so we knew that we needed to work fast.  The kids did really well, especially considering that it was a little cold out.  So what about the boots, you ask?  One of the shots we had really wanted were on some neat stepping “stones” made of cut tree stumps placed across the little river there.  Earlier in the season it had been easy enough to cross on the stumps, but some of the stumps had since wandered downstream a bit.  I was surprised to see my friend k pull out a pair of galoshes and proceed to put them on so she could carry her children across the river.  The water was a bit deeper than she had expected, but she forded the river anyway.  We were losing light and it was beginning to sprinkle on us, so I was a little worried about the results.  I was glad we got one photo of the family on the stumps, even if the kids look a little unsure of the situation (okay, 1 looks terrified!  He was okay, though.  Really.  They all did great!)  I just had to include it here.

Thanks for a fun morning guys!  Enjoy your preview!

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