Up from Rhode Island to Massachusetts (almost to New Hampshire) my next family along my Indianapolis family photographer turned traveling photographer trip was my own family… my relatives!
When I was growing up, my cousins on my Dad’s side were generally around my age. On my Mom’s side, they were always older than I was. Once you’re grown up, the age differences don’t seem so big anymore. So while on this trip I was the semi-uninteresting older-cousin, but my love of Curious George and FroYo may have gained me some bonus points. 😉
This session was shot in two parts – first in Southport, New Hampshire for a little waterfront ice cream after a delicious pizza dinner. Talk about an adorable downtown, this place is packed with things to do… and was packed with people, too!
Joyce has always been someone I have felt connected to. She’s independent, creative, and the most self-motivated go-getter I know. She chases her dreams, invests in her passions, and takes advantage of her many talents. Proud to call this woman my family. 🙂
This may be my favorite shot from the session. I adore this. <3
I mentioned before that these two, although very different in personality, wear the same facial expressions and here is what I meant. 😉
This may be ‘the family photo’ from this session, but this one’s totally frame-able.
And this one is a close runner up for the second ‘the family photo’ and is also frame-worth. Maybe this family just has really good genes and is totally photogenic. And since I’m from the same gene-pool, I’ll go with that answer. 😉
Stay tuned for Part II!
casey and her camera is an Indianapolis Family Photographer specializing in couple, lifestyle, senior, wedding and family photography for Indianapolis, Indiana and the surrounding areas.
Jul 21, 2015
What a fun session!
This looks like a fun family. What a cute idea to go out for ice cream! Great work!
Wow! How much fun was this?!!?
So much love in that last photo!
Great family images. What a gorgeous family.
These are so fun!!!!!!
I love how each of your sessions as individual and different as each family is! I love seeing your blog posts.
what a fun session! so beautifully done too!
I love how you capture families! This one is close to home being a mom of two growing boys!