I'm not the sneak-peek type, but I just couldn't help it, since these are so timely. These two darlings came out and braved the tall vegetation for these wildflower photos this morning. It's not easy to lug that big ol'chair to that spot, so I really do need to schedule these sessions back-to-back. I think the wildflower field will be changing and blooming for at least another month or two. Bluebonnets, on the other hand, are short-lived. I'm doing WF minis tonight, April 6th, and I still have the 6:00 and 6:30 slots open. I'm also doing them Saturday, April 10th, and I still have 5:30 and 7:00 open. If you want BLUEBONNETS ONLY, let's talk about times for those, in the next week or so, before they start looking scraggly. I use a different field for bluebonnets ONLY, and it's a much easier place to get to. CALL ME FOR AVAILABILITY!! 538.0866.
Look at these two darling little girls!! I have photographed big sis and her mama a couple of times, and I was so excited when they brought me the new baby, who just so happens to look EXACTLY like her big sister. Oh, and check out those little toes!! They're almost edible.
Yay!! My other old spot is coming into its own right now. There are all kinds of flowers there, and it's just gorgeous. Tell me who's interested in minis, and we'll get it set up. There are even bluebonnets in that spot. Love it. Be aware, it's very, very deep. Parent's should plan on carrying their children through the field and should wear PANTS AND BOOTS. It's so worth it, though.
The gorgeous trio you see together here are the first three generations in this family. And the little beauty is the fourth. We shot this session in my friend Ginny's studio, since we we didn't want to make Great-Grandma trek up my stairs or through a park in 100-degree weather. She is a firecracker, and I'm so honored to have photographed this whole family together.