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It was a gorgeous spring afternoon when we headed out to Seward Park (one of my favorite places in Seattle, with acres of forests, bike trails, shoreline…you name it, it’s there), hoping to catch some of those beautiful, short-lived cherry blossoms that bloom all over Seattle each year. However, as Spring decided to come early this year and even though it was only late March, any remaining pink blooms can only be found on the ground. But as life has taught me, there is always a silver lining, and as our eyes scanned the ground, they fell on a beautiful field of daisies!
Here is the beautiful family:
Letting the kids play is the best way to photograph children. Here, brother, eat a flower…don’t worry, he didn’t eat it!
Here, we have big brother:
This one just cracks me up:
And then, we have the littlest one. She is just the cutest!
We closed out our session with this beautiful sky that looks like it came right out of a painting:
“A baby is like a bit of heaven on Earth,”
When I was asked by an old school friend recently to photograph her brand new nephew, I had images of sleeping little bundles of joy wrapped in cozy scarves swirling in my head. In my imagination, there would be a large, picture window with golden light streaming in, gently kissing the newborn’s sweet head. But of course, the reality is I am in Seattle and the weather rarely ever co-operate…As much as I hoped for sunshine, it just didn’t happen. And remember the sleeping baby part? That didn’t happen either. Meet the sweetest and most alert two-day-old I’ve ever had the honor the photograph:
And even though I didn’t get that image of beautiful sunlight kissing the baby’s head, this image is a thousand times better: