Peace and Pandemonium

Friday, October 23, 2009


Canning and Crocs

When Zina contacted me about doing generational pictures of her parents, daughters and grand daughters, I was only too thrilled! We incorporated some important family heirlooms into the photos such as the quilt backdrop and the canned produce. Zina's parents have always helped her and her family can their fruit every year. This is a tradition that we wanted to document in these photos so as to emphasize the importance of this practice in their family.

And don't forget to check out how awesome we all are in our crocs. :)

seeing those beautiful pics of zina made my heart sing! she is a joyful soul--as are her daughters. such a lovely family. you captured their spirits wonderfully!

Thanks for such kind words, they warm my heart.

Kiera, these are fabulous. I love all of them.

Thank you so much for your time and the great fun we had together taking such fun pictures which are pricless. You helped all of us be relaxed, share our love for each other and capture it in pictures.

You are one, very talented photographer.

Kindest regards

I think my fave might be the grandfather. Or the profile of him and his wife. Or the cans....

I think I do this with every session of yours I see. I think I know which is my fave, then remember all the others I love.

Oh, and I L O V E the header.
you are simply amazing!
These are awesome!! I love the peek a boos from the canning jars!! And what wonderful head shots of the Grams and Gramps. You are amazing. The foot/shoe picture would make a great wall hanging.
these are so cute! I especially love the one of grandpa!
Darling!! I love the jars. Great idea.
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