I had the pleasure of photographing Linda and her daughter Charlie, along with their furbabies Rydell and Raeger. I wish them both the best on the upcoming changes to their lives!!
A little bit of vintage and texture
Linda just obtained her Master's in Communication Studies from FHSU, which was also the setting for the session
Labels: animals, business, portraits
It was a tiring but fun 5 days/6 nights in Florida, and we just got back! My mom, grandma and myself decided it was high time we spent some quality time together, so we hit both sides of the Florida coastlines. We flew from Kansas City to Ft. Myers, Florida, and drove out to Sanibel Island for a few days. From there, we drove across Alligator Alley (which we didn't see any alligators on!) to Fort Lauderdale for another few days, before flying out from Fort. Laud back to Kansas City. We were able to collect lots of beautiful seashells and other cool finds!
Just a few pictures of us ladies:
My grandma Louise and I on Sanibel Island at our hotel
My mother Lindy, myself, grandma Louise
My mom enjoying the surf!
This trip was truly one I will never forget, and I feel incredibly blessed to be able to spend so much time with my family.