Loving not only the snow we've gotten this year and how it looks, but also the look of other things that come with winter time backdrops. My most recent adventure took me to Vaughn Woods (Hobbit Land) in Hallowell,(and downtown Augusta) where I was thrilled to have such a beautiful display for taking Ben and Ashley's pictures. These two sure know how to make each other smile and I'm so glad the cold temperatures didn't keep them away.
Almost hard to believe with all the snow outside that just a little over a week ago I had the pleasure of taking these pictures for the Jensen and Johnson families. Haven't gotten together with these families for a while now as life's been busy, but I'm so glad I was able to see these dear friends of mine again. And on that note(regarding the snow) that's a rap for fall sessions this year, excited to see what's in store this winter!
I love that I got to have a photo session with some of the family on my husband's side. When Christen told me she'd like me to take family pictures for her of course I was excited! The more and more I get to know these people, the more I love them.
Was so pleased with the weather during this family session I had with the Heath’s. These girls no doubt love to laugh and kept each other, plus myself, entertained the entire time. And look at those matching shirts, aren't they great?!
What a fun time I had doing a fall session with Lucille. This young lady is not only beautiful, but also someone who truly embodies that of a compassionate person, pouring her heart into the work she does at the Alzheimer’s Care Center.
Good luck with your continued college studies working towards becoming a radiologist!
What a joy photography is to do and the places I get to adventure to never ceases to be grand. Today took me to Gardiner water front where I was happy to meet up with Catherine. What beautiful town Gardiner is and I loved the different displays of backgrounds I was able to capture from the water front to buildings downtown and even the side garden to the public library.