Jaden’s session at Whitetail Woods started off not so great. He and his mom got lost on the way to the park, and got his car, that he wanted in pictures, full of dirt. But that didn’t sour his attitude for the session, which was good because I would have been so flustered and angry!
This time of year is crazy busy at local parks with the beautiful trees changing their colors, for photographers and their clients, because everyone wants family pictures done with those color, more so on the weekends. I met the Mills family at Ritter Farm Park on a Sunday and I got really nervous because the parking lot was packed with cars not only with photogs and their clients but also people who just wanted to enjoy the park.
I just knew that Haley and I were going to hit it off at her senior session at Whitetail Woods, when she showed up with her Ravenclaw Wand and purple lightsaber. #nerdsforlife
The weather for the Simmon’s family session at Whitetail Woods could not have been any better. We have been truly blessed with great weather this fall, I don’t think I’ve had to reschedule any sessions yet due to bad weather.
Whoa mama the colors really popped after taking a break from doing sessions for a week because my husband was in Alaska on a missions trip. The sumac really stood out for the Smasal mini session in Hastings.
One should know that having lived in Minnesota for the most of their life, that just because the autumnal equinox has happened and the leaves have just started to change, does not mean that autumn temps are present. As was the case with Gavin’s senior session at Ritter Farm Park this September.
It all started because two people fell in love. Sounds super cheesy and cliche, but hey, it’s true, and I like it.
I seriously could not have asked for a nicer evening than the one I spent with the Wroten family at Whitetail woods! Joleen’s parents were visiting for a bit late in September and she thought it’d be a perfect opportunity to grab some photos with them while they were here.