This photo shoot came within a hair’s breadth of being postponed due to weather, but we decided to give it a try anyway, and the rain stopped just long enough! A little mud never hurt anyone, right? 🙂
The last time I was at Crystal Pier, the entire place was socked in with crazy fog! What a change this time, when I arrived for a pre-Thanksgiving Day shoot with Family L. Oh, my goodness! The weather was beautiful, and everything just went by the book. The children were sensational, the parents were pros, and we had plenty of time to get just the shots we needed. Thanks for a wonderful time!
What a treat to do a sunset beach session at the Del with my good friend Keri and her family! Little Zach spotted me on the sidewalk and started running, giving me a huge hug right off the bat! Wow!! He loved me even more when I told him about the super-special lollipops I was holding for children with smiles for my camera!
Zach and his big sister Rylee were both champs, and they genuinely had a GREAT time getting their church clothes all wet and sandy in the waves! Baby brother Colby took it all in and pretty much decided we were all nuts, but he was okay with it.
Zach was a GREAT smiler . . . except when there was something more interesting to look at!
And at one point, Zach got just a little more wet than he’d bargained for . . .
But Rylee loved every single minute. She has a zest for life equaled only by . . . her mommy.
I love these silhouettes from this session!!
And to top it all off, we met a real-life San Diego snowman on the way in from the beach! We were all soaked to the skin, but Zach and Rylee took a moment out from their lollipop appreciation party to stick the nose back on the snowman. (So THAT’s what vegetables are for!) It was a sweet ending to a fun time!
Wow. Portland was BEAUTIFUL. I had such a great time there visiting with my college roommates and enjoying Portland’s ambience, cuisine, and . . . SHOPPING! But the whole time I kept seeing things I wanted to take pictures of, and either I didn’t have my camera, or it just wasn’t the right time for a quick photo shoot! So I was absolutely delighted when Rebecca (our wonderful hostess) took me up to Pittock Acres Park on the way to the airport for a few moments of photo fun! These are my favorites.