I always enjoy the opportunity to capture some of my own family. It was a windy day out at the Ottawa/Baldwin area. We had such a beautiful backdrop at the family’s home though. Regardless of the crazy Kansas weather we got some shots in before the storms came. Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Voigts on your Anniversary.
We were blessed with a beautiful day in Lindsborg, KS. I met the twins and mom and dad at their beautiful home just outside of Lindsborg. We found some beautiful spots to capture these little cuties 1st Birthday! There’s a WHOLE LOT of personality in these little precious ones :). Mom and Dad, thank you so much for trusting me with your sweet babies 1 year old photos. Lots of smiles and giggles!!
What a gorgeous day in Mid-February!
What a fantastic smile and it’s easy to see what Cooper is passionate about, his football and working at the stables. Cooper will be heading to college next year to play football and I’m certain he will do great. Thank you for trusting me with your milestone. Good luck the rest of this year and beyond.
If you haven’t noticed yet, farming is a large part of Riley’s life. Just as it is for his father, and his father’s father, and his father’s father’s father…. The love for the farm continues. This session was so special, to be able to see a kids passion through and through, he loves this. So much hard work and passion goes into everything Riley does. Wishing you the best 2017 and excited to see what the future holds for you!
Of the many subjects I have photographed, cows are a relatively new subject. Not that I didn’t grow up on a farm feed them and water them or that I’ve lived in Kansas my whole life and see them everyday, but to photograph them, I just haven’t. A few weekends ago my husband and I went out to the Flint hills as my in-laws have land out there and we like to go hunting and explore the beauty of the land. After our morning hunt we decided to head out and visit grandpa and grandma’s cows. As they followed us, in hopes for us to throw them some apples or pears, they were like little ducks behind their momma as we road around in the jeep. These are just a few of my favorite photos of the herd checking us out as we explored in their roaming field. Such a beautiful morning and so thankful we decided to explore the land. Enjoy! MOOOO