fall mini session

Fall Mini Sessions - Dandelion Wild Photography - Central MA Family Photographer

Fall is here! But with all the crazy weather, I think the leaves are hesitant to change. So much green and usually this weekend and next are the BEST weekends for those rich fall foliage colors. Once upon a time, we would hit the end of October, trees were just about bare, and only the evergreens were still standing proud.

It was a rainy day at first. Our soccer game was cancelled and I wasn’t sure what would become of this session. The weather man promised the rain would let up, but you can never be too sure. We watched the weather and when the time came, we decided to go for it. The sun had finally awoken and started to dry the sopping wet earth.

This family drove about an hour to come see me in my little farm town. Unbeknownst to me, it’s pheasant season and my hidden gem of a location was loaded with hunters and their dogs. They were all very sweet and understanding and moved deeper into the meadow to allow us plenty of space to spend some time together capturing their family.

For some reason, the dogs ditched their hunters and decided they’d rather hang out with us. Eventually they gave in and returned to their masters. Back to work (or play???) they went.

I wish I had the hair that these girls have. Long, silky, tendrils with natural highlights. I pay big bucks for that hair and it grows effortlessly from their sweet little heads. I truly believe that our children get all the best of us.

These girls worked hard. Their parents are so patient and loving. There wasn’t a shortage of hugs and kisses that evening, that’s for sure.

Sometimes I think children get overwhelmed. I’m someone they see once in awhile, and each time I have a camera in my face and theirs. It’s a new kind of expectation, almost a performance, that they have to take part in, and sometimes that causes children to be unsure or cautious.

Never worry! That’s your baby. 10 years from now, those things that mattered won’t. And all that will are those big bright eyes looking back at you at 3 years old. A year flies…. Having photographs to look back on, capturing a fleeting moment within a single year is priceless and the best gift you can give yourself as a parent. In my honest and humble opinion.

Fall family sessions are in full swing and I started it off with this gorgeous family right here.

Thank you for coming out to see me. I loved my time spent with you!