This spring I had so much fun taking a few families into the desert poppy fields. We had an unusually amazing bloom of these pretty little flowers this year. And being a Kingman, Arizona family photographer, I am always trying to keep a watch for fun new places to take photos. Living in a smaller town, I tend to find my very favorite locations, and I return to them often to take photos. But every once in a while I have a family who wants something a little different and special.
Whitney happens to be one of those people who was looking for amazing! Whitney is another local photographer from Lake Havasu. She was ready to have something a bit different to make an amazing memory of her family portraits.
At the time we booked the Podboy photos we did not know that the poppies would be in bloom. We had actually planned an entirely different photo session for this family. But with having two small children, and the windy cool spring that we were having, we were not sure if our original location was going to work out. When I came across this field of flowers Whitney was all for the new plan, and the fun in the flowers.
I had lots of fun with this young family, and I really hope to see them again in the future. What beautiful children, and could this momma and daddy be any more adorable? Thanks so much for coming to me for this fun evening!
Kelly Ann 3 Photography specializes in families, seniors, children and infants. She loves to get to know you and your family through her love and passion for photography. Kelly loves to create heirloom portraits to last a lifetime.
Your family memories are ones to be treasured and passed on for generations to come. To book a session with Kelly Ann 3 Photography contact her now as sessions book quickly. Kelly is currently scheduling fall photo sessions for the months August, September, October and November. She has limited availability for each month. www.kellyann3photography.com/contact-me
"Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever...it remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything." - Aaron Siskind