This tree swing was a DIY labor of love and I am completely IN LOVE how it turned out! I’ve longed for a tree swing for years and finally figured out a way to make it happen – I couldn’t be more pleased with the results. These sessions are a great option for any age….toddlers, school age, sisters…even pregnant bellies! Babies are welcome with their mamas.
I apologize in advance for what must be my longest blog post ever. ;) Growing up in Minnesota and having all of my family still there means we spend a lot of time back and forth throughout the year – mostly in the summer months. Last summer I made a few fun trips for Minnesota summer mini sessions. The location was a farm place just outside of my small hometown. IT WAS PERFECT! That barn.
These two little men arrived full of shenanigans and giggles and I don’t think it stopped the entire session. Their images are full of F-U-N and just make me happy. I have no doubt that they both will be quite the lady charmers some day. ;)
It seems like just yesterday when I photographed Kaitlyn’s newborn session. I can hardly believe she has grown up this much! Makes me feel old. ;) She’s always smiling and always such a joy to photograph, we had a great time at her session. A few faves from our session:
I love profile shots. :)
Looking at this next one, I can just hear her belly laugh. Oh, to be young and carefree again. *sigh*
These 2 beautiful little ladies are always such a joy to work with. We met in Omaha at the old Burlington building downtown for their session. I had never shot there before, but let me just say, it’s a photographer’s H-E-A-V-E-N!! (Evident by the several other photographers that were there shooting as well.) So many rich colors, great textures…and the light was divine. I wish I could pick it up and transport the whole location to Lincoln. I just love the colors in their dresses with the urban backdrop….so yummy!
Miss Busybody was on the go! The only way to keep her still was to get her up off the ground or in something…and even then she was quick to escape! There were so many more interesting things to look at than a lady with a big black box in front of her face. :)
Isn’t she precious?!!