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Can I tell you how long I've wanted to photograph a family in a field of yellow flowers? 
This field was at it's peak for our session and their bright colored clothes was a fun contrast. 

I can't find enough nice words to say about this family...every time I get with them I feel like I could talk with them for like, a full weekend. I *am* chatty, yes...but chatting with people who have just been down the path I'm walking toward is so, so enlightening to me. I love hearing about the bumps along the way and of course all the victories that come from the dedicating our lives and the time we spend walking through this life raising our children. Inspiring.
Family dynamics and personalities within each different family keeps me ticking. 

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I know I shouldn't overshadow this incredible family portrait or the absolute doll of a boy in this session by only mentioning the teenage girl and her horse, but seriously? After watching her work with this animal, I want my daughter to have one. 

She breezes through the stalls and moves around this animal with such confidence and ease...it's amazing. It's inspiring. It's moving. It's beautiful. Just can't describe it. 
One of my favorite sessions this year..... Honk if you dig it. :) 

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