In February, I had the opportunity to go to St. John for my friend Melissa and Joe's wedding. We were there for a week, and it was not long enough. I took pictures of their wedding, but also got to take a few landscape pictures for fun.
I want to go back...
So technically these weren't supposed to be her 1-year pictures, but considering the timing, I'm considering them as such.
It's just that.... I freaking LOVE taking pictures of this sweet girl. Look at these pictures - need I say more?
A few weeks ago, my sister-in-law and I went to Warren, PA to take senior pictures of her nephew, Jeffrey. I swear, this kid could be in Abercrombie ads. He did such a great job; he didn't even crack when I tried relentlessly to make him laugh.
Jeffrey's house is at the top of a hill in Warren, nestled in the woods. So we had lots of great spots to get pictures in his backyard (literally), and then we went into Warren to get some more in front of some architecture.
Lastly, we hiked a little under a mile in the woods (yes, even my 7 1/2 month pregnant assistant), to a bridge that he had helped build. We got some great shots in the woods, and on the bridge, and then hiked back to the cars.
All in all, a great session, and I LOVE how the pictures turned out. :)
This is my adorable sister-in-law, Katie. She was kind enough to be my assistant last week while I took her nephew's senior pictures. (Those pics are next).
At the end of the session, I asked Katie if I could take a few maternity pictures of her since we were in such a cool location. It was the evening, and we were in the entrance of a beautiful wooded area in Warren, PA.
She is due in a few weeks, and we have no idea if we'll have another Taylor baby boy (which will be my third nephew), or a Taylor baby girl (which will be my first niece). I was hoping the mini-photoshoot would give us some kind of sign, but no dice. Guess we'll just have to wait a little longer.
Hi - It's me. Lauren. I hope you enjoy my blog - where I'll post some of my favorite pics from my shoots, along with a short write-up about the experience!