A few of my favorite photos of Antoinette's family from our most recent session. We used these photographs on their holiday cards, which turned out amazing! This is my favorite spot in the laguna canyon.
A few photos of Scott, Corie, and Trinity, they look so great!! the wind was blowing just a little bit that day, it made for some nice photos. the wind is so tricky down there, sometimes people look like drowned rats, ha! we lucked out...cute how trinity was so grossed out when her dad tried to kiss her-teenagers....
Here's a slideshow of some of the photos from my shoot with the Driscoll-Hansen clan, they were so fun. One of the kids got on her dad's back, which started a trend with the grownups. I referred them to my chiropractor, but they promised they'd be fine...ha ha!
I went down to Meital's for a quick photo shoot of Ariel's party guests against my festive pink damask backdrop, the girls are really into fashion....you can tell who the hams were...
I put together a slideshow of photos of the kinds of textured fabric that adds interest to photos. Denim is great, the crustier the better, waffle weave, cable knit sweaters, linen, tank tops, etc.
He was nervous about missing it, so we got to the bus stop 30 minutes early, ugh. Porbably had something to do with the fact that I screwed up his pickup from Kindergarten yesterday and they had to call me to come pick him up. Mother of the year, I know. Photos taken with the Hipstamatic app on my Iphone.
Jennifer and David are expecting their third child in a few weeks and they hosted the most beautiful shower to celebrate. The decorations were fabulous as were all the different cupcakes, candies, etc. Ashley O'Keefe planned and designed the shower as well as Giselle's 5th birthday party a few months ago, which was another spectacular event. So impressive!
The five year olds in my son's Montessori class went to Tanaka Farms yesterday. We went on a hay ride and learned all about organic farming and the fruits and vegetables they grow on the farm. We tasted vegetables right out of the ground too - there were green onions, bok choy, spinach, carrots, and sugar snap peas. Then the kids each picked their own basket of strawberries, and we were all able to eat as many as we liked as we picked them! What a great day - thank you Mrs. Somasundaram and Mrs. Sadaat for such a fabulous field trip, we'll cherish the memories forever...Scroll past the slideshow for a few of my favorite photos from the trip.