This is the second set of pictures for a friend/co-worker. I’m hoping that someday I’ll be able to take some for the third member of our team.
Marsh and Anna are Nancy’s adorably photogenic kids. We all drove to a friend’s property that has amazing overgrown fields and took some pics of the kids and some special ones with their grandmothers. Fun was had by all!
I’ve worked with Dianne for the past 3 years, and I was thrilled when she asked if I would take some family shots for her.
The love of a family is life’s greatest blessing.
Recently I was asked to take some photos of FPD graduates who are writing articles for the alumni magazine, so I’ll be published soon! I was excited to hear I would be photographing Kris!
It’s Thanksgiving break for students and teachers! I’ve been absolutely swamped the past few weeks (which is a good thing), and now I’ll have almost a whole week to dedicate to photography! If the weather cooperates, I’ve got quite a few shoots in the next few days, so I hope to be adding more posts soon. Until then, here are some shots I took this afternoon.
I love the bugs flying in the center of this one.
Leah and Genifer are best friends and sisters. They’re not related by blood, but they’re so close you’d never know it. They’ve known each other for six years, and although Leah moved to Nebraska almost a year ago, they’ve seen each other 5 different times since then. I don’t think I’ve ever met two closer friends, and it was such a blessing to spend time with them!
They were both in the Air Force!
I’ve never been so close to a moving train. (Actually, I doubt Leah or Genifer had ever been so close to one!)
Although they were all smiles about 99% of the afternoon, Leah and Genifer have also been through incredibly tough times together.