I spent last Saturday afternoon with my brother and his family, and their beautiful “new” Shasta vintage camper trailer. I had a whole concept session in my mind, where we would take out the camper to a state park, make a bonfire, roast s’mores, hang out together, and I would document the experience. But as the day approached, we decided none of us had either the time or energy to drive to a state park. So in the all too brief time between naps and dinner, we set up the camper in a local park and had fun together playing dominoes, climbing trees, and snacking.
These three kids mean the world to me. Now that I live just a stone’s throw from them, the cousins are able to play together all the time. Spontaneous playdates and family dinners… sleepovers… trips to the playground…my kids absolutely adore their cousins.
I feel so blessed to have such a wonderful, wonderful family.
I still would really LOVE to do a camping photo session, so if your family is planning a late summer camping trip, consider having me tag along for a couple hours to document your time together. This is the kind of session I love the most – capturing your family together, doing the things you love most.