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Blue Skies: Harker Heights Family Photographer

I’ve never been so happy to see blue skies as I was on Sunday.  The past week has been nothing but scattered showers and thunderstorms so I was biting my nails as the session time approached.  An hour before the session, the bottom drops out.  I scurried to the computer to watch the radar, still debating on if we should cancel.  Right as I’m packing the car, the rain lets up.  As soon as I turned onto 40, all I could see is blue skies.  I totally squealed without excitement.

I’m so glad the threat of rain didn’t cause us to reschedule.  I met this family at Old Salem for extended family portraits.  How good looking are they?  I love the coordination in their outfits.  I always suggest picking three colors and coordinating the family around it- I love that they chose white, khaki, and pink.  The pink is a refreshing burst of color.

I love extended family shoots.  There is so many different dynamics and relationships that I love the capture.  I always get snap happy and end up with lots of images.  This session was no exception.

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The C Kids: Copperas Cove Family Photographer

The C family won my big giveaway last month and we met Saturday at Old Salem for family portraits.

I was blown away by the amount of love these kids have for each other.  I don’t have an older brother (just an older sister and younger brothers) but if I did, I’d want him to look after me like C does W.  Both older siblings were more than happy to push the stroller, tote the little guy, and get the sippy cup for him.  It was a pleasure seeing them interact and getting to photograph their relationship.

And one of the little guy just because I love dramatic lighting

Thanks C Family!

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Their Story: Harker Heights Family Photographer

Recently, I was honored to take part in the First Annual Stories of Autism Awareness Weekend.  Well, technically we were to take part of the weekend but thunderstorms that morning caused us to reschedule two weeks later.  It was a gorgeous Saturday when I finally got to meet S and C and their mom.  We took a short walk around Triad Park, took some pictures, and chatted it up before everyone’s stomachs were growling.  Since it was morning, we were able to wrap it up before breakfast time was over.  S got to have pancakes and I grabbed some Bojangles on the way home.  There’s no way to start a day better than a good session and a yummy breakfast!

Thank you for participating in the Stories of Autism project!  I hope you enjoy your pictures!