Yesterday I shared a very moving story with you. These images were taken back at Christmas of the same family. Meet the whole fantastic crew!
 

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Anonymous says:

THANKS FOR SHWING BIG BROTHER TUCKER! He is such and wonderful young man.

(01.27.12 @ 03:24 PM)
Anonymous says:

THANKS FOR SHWING BIG BROTHER TUCKER! He is such and wonderful young man.

(01.27.12 @ 03:25 PM)
Amy Carter Bland says:

I remember when you were expecting Tucker. Wow... these pictures are really amazing. Beautiful family.

(01.27.12 @ 09:27 PM)
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This is Lydia. I met her a few years ago, and getting to know her and her family has impacted my life in an incredibly positive way. The strength that comes from this family and their story is inspiring and uplifting.  

The more I learned about Lydia, the more I knew I had to tell her story. Just before her tenth birthday, she walked for the first time. This video is small glimpse into her life. 


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Kristen Reedy says:

Perfection - what a sweet angel...

(01.26.12 @ 09:28 PM)
Celia says:

I'm sobbing. Absolutely beautiful....

(01.26.12 @ 09:29 PM)
Kristy McCaleb says:

That was the most touching and beautiful story! What an amazing family!

(01.26.12 @ 09:47 PM)
Christina Vella says:

Beautiful blessing

(01.26.12 @ 10:36 PM)
Amy Carter Bland says:

Amazing miracles you have shown us and reminded us of today!

(01.27.12 @ 06:14 AM)
Heather Russ Joyner says:

Thank you for sharing - What a beautiful family you have!! God is good.

(01.27.12 @ 09:01 AM)
Melinda Mayeur says:

How precious! Lydia is such a beautiful girl with amazing parents.

(01.27.12 @ 09:26 AM)
Randy Sharrow says:

We also want to thank all of Lydia's teachers, therapists including EG the therapy horse and doctors for all the help with what she has been able to accomplish.

(01.27.12 @ 08:35 PM)
Julie Flynt says:

What a precious angel! And what wonderful parents she has. Betsey and Randy, you guys are amazing, just like your beautiful daughter.

(01.28.12 @ 08:39 PM)
Janet Toms Hundley says:

Randy and Betsy, how beautiful and inspiring. I have a 7 year old daughter who has epilepsy, so I completely relate to your story. It just makes me smile to see your beautiful daughter doing so well! Wonderful!

(01.30.12 @ 12:33 AM)
Jessica B Photography says:

Just Beautiful!!! Congratulations to Lydia!!! Thank you all for sharing.

(02.02.12 @ 02:52 PM)
Wendy says:

I am so blessed by having watched this video today. Thank you Tina for sharing it, thank you to this beautiful family for living it. I have always loved Amazing Grace, but never has it been sung so sweetly, so beautifully. Lydia is such a little miracle, and her parents are shining examples for all of us. May God continue His blessings upon you.

(03.05.12 @ 12:26 PM)
Anonymous says:

How Amazingly and Gracefully beautiful.....

(04.14.12 @ 04:58 PM)
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big kids , other stuff | December 14, 2011
Spunk, sass and beauty galore! 

The room lights up as soon as they walk in. I love being around positive people and they are just a beautiful example of authentic positivity. 

Watching these girls feed apples and carrots to horses was a hoot. Wish I had video of the snarls on their faces when their hands were slobbered on. :) Great fun to watch, but I gotta say, I'm not sure I would have gotten as close as they did. We went to a breathtaking farm to do our session....so the equation is beautiful farm + beautiful family + a little spunk + a little sass....throw in some cowboy boots and you've got yourself some fine images, FINE images I say. 

Love you, Sassy Sampsons! 



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This family and I met a few years ago. We have a sweet mutual friend who introduced us. 

I first met Randi, she's is the oldest of 4 siblings and she was part of a Senior Prom Session that I photographed. 

After I met her, then I was introduced to her brother, Patrick. He's cool.  I especially loved that he didn't shoot me or run over me with his 4wheeler. :) jk

Now it's time to meet sweet Riley. She's a beauty! If you watch closely, you can even catch a cameo appearance from Randi!

Don't you think it's time for full family picture? 



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big kids | November 07, 2011
Friendships, laughing, inside jokes, sharing the same hobbies and interests....those are the things that make friendships great, aren't they? I enjoy getting to meet High School Seniors and their friends. I see value in photographing them together, too. I believe it's an important part of what their journey is like right now in life. This senior was just photographed as a part of that senior's session. So fun to watch those kids laugh and be silly.They seem to be super great friends.

She not only has great friends...she has some incredible parents, too! People I would just like to sit down with for hours over coffee and learn about life. 

She's also a gymnast, a tree climber, a scuba diver, she loves her aquarium (which, by the way, I can honestly say, this was a first for me to photograph someone with an aquarium) and she has the perfect personalized license plate...It has her name on it. I always wanted to do that, but "Tina" just never seemed cool enough to print in a dominant space like that. Anyhoo, hope you love your images and enjoy the rest of your senior year Miss Kyndall!



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