Oh Em Gee this little girl is adorable! Had so much taking pictures of her last evening (along with her Mom and Dad).
Yesterday I met Georgina and Gustavo out in the orchards for a family session at sunset. Their beautiful little family was lots of fun to shoot. I met Georgina right before she gave birth to her little Princess back in October and I was very excited to see her again. I'm still editing the session, but due to some problems with Facebook I wanted to give her a few more sneak peeks here on the blog. I'll be posting Allyson's 6 month pictures in a separate blog later today.
Yesterday my son and I had an "off" day. It wasn't a bad day, we just didn't do our "normal" schedule. Usually he takes a mid-morning bath, we have lunch, he naps, and we start dinner once he wakes up(yep, we live an exciting life!). However, yesterday he fell asleep earlier than usual, so his bathtime was later. As I got him ready I noticed that the light was different. The sun was now on the side of the house and was shining into the window above and being reflected off the shower curtain liner- it was beautiful! Of course I had to grab my camera to take pictures as he played in the water. As I took the pictures I realized how easy it is to get into a routine. It's not a bad thing, but things seem to go unnoticed when you do. So, I have decided to give myself a challenge- break out of my routine. I am going to do my best to try new things with my photography- just to see what comes of it. Will it change my style? Probably not... but who knows, right? I just would like to try to see things in a different light... because I don't want to miss out on anything.
Hi, I'm Melissa. I am a wife, mother, step-mother, Gigi (step-grandma) and a photographer. I started out as the family member always asked to bring my camera along and it has turned into my life dream. I just love being able to capture moments for others that they can always cherish.This is my little corner to share my sessions, projects, and a little piece of our daily life. Thanks for stopping by!