Nothing is a greater compliment as a photographer than having past clients return for another session. They make the conscious decision to trust me with their precious family memories. The Nass Family of 7 is full of love!  Having a big family myself, I always enjoy seeing another big family in action. I love the connection one can see among several siblings. Just this week I saw all the kids loading up into Jocelyn’s new Jeep after church and had to smile, because it was a reminder of how fast they grow up. I couldn’t believe Callie was old enough to be at church school already and that Jocelyn was driving. Being given the privilege of capturing their photos during the many stages of life is such an honor!

      Because of weather, we had to change the date of our session, which seems to be a reoccurring theme for this fall! It had rained recently, so I was concerned about getting to the location I wanted to shoot at. We made it though and made sure we were extra careful about the mud, because we had two pairs of white converse shoes to keep clean:) The boys explored the area and one of my favorite pictures is of Cal and Bennet up on the hill with the amazing view around and behind them. When I got home and downloaded all the pictures, it was difficult to narrow down my favorites, but as you can see we had another amazing family session!!

      Family of seven in the fall backlit Mom and daughters hugging Husband in wife hair Couple hugging Fall family picture Mom and dad kissing youngest daughter black and white of sisters hugging Dad lifting son overhead in badlands Toddler girl full body pose family sitting and engaged Boy squatting Family sitting in the badlands Dad with son and dog up on a hill Girl with her dog Black and white lifestyle of family teen girl full body pose Sibling wrapped in a blanket Sisters posing in badlands portrait of a teen girl close Family in a sitting pose in the fall Sisters posing Mom and sisters tickling the youngest Mom and daughter cuddled up Couple sitting on a blanket looking at each other

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