I know it’s been a while. Once in a while my blog comes up when I re-boot my computer and I’m shocked at how slow I’ve been at updating it. I think it’s mostly because I’m getting a new blog and website in July/August. It’s almost like I’ve been holding out – and that stinks, so I’m sorry! But I am REALLY excited about the new site. It’s going to be a blog and website in one and I can’t wait. Many thanks to Ryan at Second Street Creative for working with me, I am beyond happy to get started!
So to make it up to you – a session I’ve been holding onto. I haven’t shared it – and I honestly don’t know why. Maybe because it was so close to me. I felt I had to because a potential client called and said she saw the image of the girls and their mom on my Facebook timeline photo and asked me if I took it because she couldn’t find it on my blog. Let me be SO clear – any image posted on my blog, website or Facebook is mine.
I have to say, this was one of my favorite sessions ever – I connected with this client so instantly and she was happy to spend a whole afternoon together and have me travel to their Hamptons home to do so. Spending all that time allowed for a very natural, un-posed, lifestyle kind of session. It’s my favorite kind of work, but it takes a lot of hang out time and not everyone wants to do that. I hope that these images will give you an idea about why I tell my moms to relax and go with the flow. This is what happens! As Martha says, it’s a good thing.
We had two locations – the beach in front of their beautiful home, and the stables nearby where they ride. A photographer’s dream.
I’m not going to write a lot in this session like I normally do. I think the images do the talking… I hope you like them.
Also, for Pinners – if you would like to pin, no problem! Please just include my name in your pin comment. The first image can be pinned via your pin it toolbar, and the second via the Pin button on the bottom of the post. I know, it’s confusing. See why I need a new webpage? ANNOYING! ;) xo, c
after the beach, we moved on to the stables…