While our beautiful desert was in bloom this spring I decided to haul my own crew out for a few photos. I have not had the time to edit a lot of these photos, but here are a few of them. And I intend to get back to these before the rush of Fall photo season sneaks up.
As a Kingman, Arizona family photographer the spring season a very busy one. And I never get to all of the pretty shots that I take for my family. So grabbing a few pretty photos in the flowers was a joy for me. And making time for editing them will be on my own list of things to do this summer.
This journey as a photographer started with 12 years of photographing my own family. And to try to make time for our photos is a top priority for me. I don't want to miss these precious years with my babies. Of course they really aren't babies any longer. But I know in a few years when I look back at these photos, I'll think of what babes they look like. We don't get these years back, so I intend to capture every bit that I can.
Coming up this summer we will have a brand new blooming of wild flowers, and I can't wait to get out into those fields as well. I have decided to take on a limited number of family, couple or children's photo sessions in the wild flowers. And I am so excited to get back out in the flowers!
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