Tuesday, March 22
Diane is the owner of Harvest Moon in Brodhead, WI and is also a personal friend of my mom. She basically wanted a mini snow session for her Christmas cards this past year. I thought this would be easy with basically "adult" kids but boy was I ever wrong..........these boys are rambunctious and crazy........and they made me work for some good shots. I sure give it to Diane for puttinfgup with 4 grown boys.....well make that 5 :)
Amanda is a senior at South Beloit High School. She was referred to us through her friend Emily, who is my sister's boyfriend's sister.......that was a mouthful! She wanted to do a two part session.......one in winter and one in spring.....which of course excited me since I LOVE snow shoots. She also wanted to incorporate some very important people.....her grandparents and her friend Bekkah. What a great idea. You can see more of our session at Williams Tree Farm on Facebook.
Monday, March 21
You may remember this family from last fall when I did their family photos.......well now they are proud to introduce little Irelynn. As you can see, big sister Avelynn loves her a lot already. And I can't wait to watch them both grow up.........they are both so darn cute! Se more of Irelynn's newborn session and the Spedding Family Christmas Photos on Facebook.
Erin and Stephen both used to work with Dain at Menards. They contacted me to do some pictures for their Christmas cards.....and they wanted to make sure all their animals had some good shots too. It was so fun hang out with their "kids" and then go to Rotary Gardens for some fun shots of just the two of them. See more of our session together on Facebook.
I was so excited when Stephanie wanted me to take some photos of her and her boyfriend. I haven't seen her in years.......since our days of tap dancing to Leroy Brown :) I was even more excited that she wanted a snow session and to have a new location to visit. Well the snow didn't really happen (the last pictures shows just how little we had) but I headed up to Sexton, WI and we found some FABULOUS places for photo opts. We froze our behinds off a bit but it was totally worth it! See more of their fun session on Facebook.
Ashley contacted me about doing a session for her and her kids. When we met at the Train Depot I was surprised to see Earl, an old high school classmate of mine. So it was fun to catch up on the last ten year of life and meet his family. I think we got some great shots, even though it was a bit misty and little Cameron did not really like my camera in his face. On the other hand, Alexis was a natural and Earl better keep an on eye on her with the boys once he gets older. See more of their session here on Facebook.