Hello Friends! Here’s a shoot I did last fall of cute pie, 1 yr old Connor and his family. The shoot was on his grandparents farm that has been in their family for decades. Connor L.O.V.E.S the farm which made all my pictures easy. He has such awesome parents and grandparents that are so nice to be around and the farm is such a beautiful peaceful place. Here’s a snippet of some of the pictures I took. Enjoy! 🙂
If you give a boy a pumpkin, he’ll probably want a cookie to go with it! 🙂
It’s always exciting when one of your besties tells you that they’re expecting! I was beyond thrilled when Susanna told me back in September. Since we’re the creative type, we took to pinterest to find a fun way to photograph the announcement. I must say the mini blue pumpkin that Susanna came up with was such a darling way to do it! (even if it was a little sticky. :D) I’ve done Susanna and Jon’s pictures several times over the years. Click here, here and here to see their family grow.
Thank you for having me do your pictures year after year!
Congratulations to the cutest family around!
The moment the puppy realized the blue pumpkin meant an addition to the family and another competitor for the toys. 😀
Being big brothers is a very serious thing!
Daddy, Mommy, Big Brother, and Little Brother 2017 ❤
Spring came and went so fast for me this year. (Summer too!) Life has been crazy busy in such a great way. The only thing is that in times like these I can hardly find the time to put on make up, much less blog. 😦 I’m finally digging through all of my pictures to scrape together a post for you all. Hope you all enjoy! 🙂
We got a new puppy! His name is Silas. 🙂
Isabelle bought an orphan calf off from a friend of ours. His name is Henri (pronounced with an “Aw” sound instead of the “h”. If you’ve watched Liberty’s Kids, you’ll know what I mean. 😀 ) and his favorite snack is bananas. 😀
Waking up early to photograph some of the girls for a CD.
The four of us oldest at a Jane Austen/Regency era ball that Emily hosted. Emily went as Cinderella and I was in my 1770’s-80’s ball dress.
Teaching Silas not to chase horses.
Wow! I can hardly believe that this was two months ago! We took our annual Williamsburg trip this March. It was such a wonderful time with amazing weather and even more amazing friends.
I love how you can walk around the town and see such life happening all around. It’s not surprising to see quite a few people walking, running, horse riding, sitting, or gardening in full costume. As some of you may know, I have a crazy passion for historical sewing. It made my day when one of the Williamsburg employees asked where I worked and later on quite a few tourists asked for pictures. 😀
This was one of my favorite moments of the trip. Imagine getting paid to dress up and walk cows down the road!
Playing for a tea party (photo credit: Richelle H.)
Secretly studying the construction of employees clothing.
Oh the terror of getting called up as a volunteer during a tour. 😀
Colonial dancing ❤
Hi! So it seems that winter finally decided to arrive in western Pennsylvania. Getting over 12 inches the other day was quite exciting! It was the perfect thing to break me out of my photography slump which always hits in January/February. Me, Emily and Isabelle decided to brave the cold and get some portrait shots so they could update their email profiles. I grabbed a few farm shots as well since it was soooooo BEAUTIFUL outside. Take a look at the snowy awesomeness!!
Our cow feeder makes for a cool framing shot. 🙂
Can you spot the geese?
Look at all the birds!
Making a snow fort
Chen Po and Puff: best friends forever!
My chickens doing the “huddle”.
Tired out from all the snow
Have a great week!!