I'm currently sitting in the middle of a spring snowstorm, and I've decided that those two words should not be next to each other in a sentence. Spring needs to hurry up and get here.
While I'm dreaming of and planning for the summer, I thought I would share these photos with you. These cuties are my cousins, and I had so much fun photographing them on the first day of December. I've been babysitter, playmate, road trip companion, and "scary" boss to these three. And now, photographer. As you will see, they are full of life and laughter, and we had fun, even in the cold!
On another note, I'm gearing up for a rebrand and the start of the spring photography season - if this snow ever melts. I'm so looking forward to it!
March 06, 2013
sometimes photos explain wrinkled-nose smiles better than words do. sometimes ten minutes in the falling snow means more than "i love you", no, it means "i care about you","i want to spend time with you", and"i want to capture you the way i see you, full of life and innocence and joy." sometimes sisters look so beautiful in the beginnings of four inches of snow that you have to let the flakes melt on your camera, have to let your hair get soaked, have to capture what you see.