In a continued effort to get caught up on the blog, I present Easter pictures! We had Easter at my little brother’s house this year. It was the first time we’d had the chance to see his house since he and Magan got married. They were great hosts! They live in the country just north of the Red River, in Oklahoma (but we love them anyway) and have such a great area for pictures. There is even a rusted out car in the pasture past their house that I made all the kids pose with for an impromptu portrait session. There are too many pictures of Ruby, but she was actually cooperative that day and won’t normally let me take her picture. The other kids were less than thrilled with the prospect, especially where there were eggs to be hunted and candy to be eaten.
My niece Skyler:
My niece Reni:
I love the circus so I dragged the family to the little traveling circus when it passed through town a few months ago. The kids were enthralled, right up until the point that they fell asleep. Ok, so maybe I enjoyed it more than they did. Unfortunately we didn’t have very good seats for photographing the performers and wrangling two kids and a camera is a bit tough, but we did manage to get a few pictures.
I have been really busy with portrait sessions lately. Most of them have been bridal sessions, which I can’t blog lest some wayward fiance stumble upon the blog. I’ve been doing a lot of senior portriats, too. It might be too late to get the picture in the announcments, but it’s not to late to have great senior portraits that will last a lifetime! And it is certainly not to early for 2009 seniors to start booking their sessions. I recommend getting your senior portrait shot during the fall semester. Here’s a sampling of some of my recent seniors (and a picture of my son, thrown in for good measure).
Jude has been waiting all winter for snow and just when were about to give up… SNOW! It was almost 60 degrees by that afternoon so it didn’t last long, but we enjoyed it while it lasted.