“WINTER: A lingering season
is a time to gather golden moments,
embark on a sentimental journey
and enjoy every idle hour.”
The night before this session, Zoe and I texted back and forth. They were calling for snow the following day.
“Should we reschedule? Should we wait and see?”
The next morning, the snow was falling in epic proportions. I went outside and took a few test shots in the snow and texted Zoe that I was willing to try if she was. It wasn’t too cold out, but there were some big, wet flakes falling. We both agreed that they would be some pretty awesome photos, especially since we were meeting at a local Christmas tree farm for the session.
When we met up for the session, believe me when I say we moved pretty quick. I brought some towels and a blanket with me in case we needed to warm anyone up. We walked into the tree farm and WAM, BAM, DONE!
I couldn’t be happier with this session. Everyone looked great. The snow fell beautifully. Nobody froze. We got some great family photos.
After all… “The best of all gifts around any Christmas tree: the presence of a happy family all wrapped up in each other.”