Even though my wedding season has come to a close for 2018, doesn’t mean that my entire year as come to a close. We always joke that the fall season for photographers is like the month of April for accountants- because it really is! As much as I love capturing my couples in love & all of the pretty details that accompany them, I love switching gears by capturing family photos. It’s definitely a different ball game, but I always end up having so much fun interacting with these adorable families!
It was no different with the Farrell Family this past weekend at the Virginia State Arboretum. I captured this adorable little family a couple years ago (where does the time go?!) & I was so excited to meet up with them again. We originally had their family photo session scheduled for the weekend before, but the weather decided to hinder that from happening. Luckily we had a BEAUTIFUL fall day for the Farrell’s fall family photos, & we still even had some fall color to work with! Can I get an amen? 😉
When we arrived at The Virginia State Arboretum, the first thing Brandon & Lacey said to me was that I would have trouble getting their kiddos to smile & look at the camera. It seemed as if looking at the camera was going to be the biggest challenge. Sure enough little Elijah & Everleigh did amazing! Are you sure you had that right Mom & Dad? 😉 These little cutie’s did such an amazing job & just how adorable were they to photograph! I was so excited that we were able to capture such a variety during our time together.
Now enjoy some of my favorites from the Farrell’s Fall Family Photo Session!
This spot was full of the fall goodness! 🙂 Thank you mother nature for leaving us with ONE good tree! Oh my goodness these two <3
What’s a good family session without a blooper? Wipe out!
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