Peace and Pandemonium

Tuesday, October 14, 2008


A Farewell to Chase

Excitement filled the air during this family photo shoot. First it was the orchard filled with deer that we tried not to scare away, somewhat unsuccessfully. Then it was racing the sun (and grandpa) as we headed up the mountain to our location. : ) Finally it was crossing our fingers and coasting as much as possible, in order to get down the mountain on and empty tank of gas. What fun! However, all of these events pale in comparison to the reason these photos were taken in the first place. This family is about to send their son off to Guatemala City to serve and LDS mission for the next two years. A proud and poignant moment that I was delighted to be a part of.

My husband served in the Quetzaltenango Guatemala mission so I have a soft spot for missionaries who serve in this country! Best of luck Chase. You're about to have the time of your life, or so I hear.

I love that first photo! absolutely beautiful!!
Oh Kiera. These are beautiful and so was your post. That's really amazing people give so much of themselves to go missions, including your husband.

I get more & more excited thinking about the possibility that one day you just may be down here to do a photo shoot. And eat!!!!!

How was your bday?
are you serious??? I would LOVE to take your family photos!!
Stunning I love them all. You have a true talent.
I love the colors, makes me want to get more pictures done.
What a beautiful family and such fabulous shots!
I love that one of mom holding on to her son. And of the little guy from on the ground. Nice shoot!
the family has such good fashion sense too. You're killing me, I want to take pictures near aspens SO BAD. I've got to find some tomorrow, or at least before the weather changes.
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