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!
We headed to the park above the American Fork Amphitheater for this session. Gorgeous giant pine trees behind a gorgeous family is a no-fail recipe for some gorgeous pictures.
My sweet family knows that every year we get our family pictures taken. By me. Well, this might be the last year I stick the camera on the tripod, set the timer and run. It might have been the epic new shoes I was wearing that made me not enjoy it so much this year, I don’t know. But I’m asking one of my 105 photographer friends to take them next year instead! HAHA!
I love these guys. <3
It was really cold this day. We even saw a snowflake or two. The boys were so cooperative and sweet we got this family session done in record time!
School Pictures! We found a central location with big TALL grasses for us to go to not too far from both of our homes! I love it when that happens.
Remember that on-location heaven I was talking about in Hailey’s senior pictures post? Well, this is part of that. We had to hike a teeny bit (I love hiking!) but the colors were so beautiful and so worth that teeny hike. And this is OCTOBER!
On-location in Idaho doesn’t sound that exciting, right? But really, it’s fantastic! So many places to choose from.
I took my yearly trip up to Idaho to visit my sister. Her family has a “Giant Garden” named Ashland Produce. Her husband farms and then sells the produce to the local grocery stores and every year they grow a very large pumpkin patch. My kids love to go out there and pick the perfect pumpkin to take home. It’s a 4 hour trip to get there but so worth the perfect pumpkins and other delicious produce we get to take home. Not to mention, I get to see my sister!
I always make the best of my trip and take pictures while I’m there. Sometimes it’s her kids’ senior pictures sometimes it’s family pictures but always we get great pictures in the pumpkin patch too.
Now, without further adieu, here’s talented and beautiful Hailey!
It was so fun to be with these kids. The love that they have for each other is obvious and so sweet.
And how cool is this location? A super old fence with blue mountains and yellow prairie grass in the background. Even sometimes those mountains look purple. Just depends on the day.
We all love it when there’s a gentlemen around, right ladies? Meet Peter. Woodworker, “Who” fan, gentleman.
A whole family of blondes and all girls too! Such cuties!
The sunflowers only come out once a year, and for only one month. We found a good patch of them on a road less traveled. I imagine it may have been a busy road up until the main roads went in. I’d bet those old roads have a sweet story.