Snow! The snow had fallen the day before, dumping 8 inches of the beautiful white stuff on our location spot. Hallelujah! It was beautiful! This shoot made me want to go into the canyon and take some more styled snowy pictures. Anybody up for it?
In the meantime, here’s the pictures from the Eichert/Watts extended family shoot (my Aunt and her kids, and grandkids. To be exact.) I had done Jocelyn’s senior pictures a few months before. You can see her session here. Love these guys!
Look at this gorgeous family! The snow was coming down in unbelievably large flakes the morning of our shoot so we brought this one indoors too. I had my doubts about fitting 7 adults into the studio but we made it work. 🙂
Our elementary school was in charge of a boutique. They asked if I would offer family mini sessions. The package included 3 images for a very affordable price. Here are a few of my favorites from that day.
When I was growing up, every year for Christmas, Easter, Thanksgiving, 4th of July, Labor Day bar-b-ques, cherry picking, and other fun stuff, my family would drive 1 hour and 10 minutes (about 30 miles, wink, wink. ;)) to hang out with my Aunts, cousins, Grandma and Pappy. I loved it! We always had the best time. Now that we’re older it doesn’t happen as often and life just seems to go on. I was thrilled to death when I was asked to take pictures of my Aunt, cousins, and now second cousins!! A great excuse to see everybody!
We weren’t sure the weather was going to cooperate and although it was very cold, the wind was mostly on and sometimes off, and the sun was in and out we went ahead with the plans. A special thanks to my Auntie M for letting us get warm in her house and use her backyard.
My cousin Jacob.