Welcoming | Milton Family Photographer

There is no better word to describe this family then welcoming.  From the moment I walked in the front door I felt at ease.  It’s a little overwhelming working with a family of this size as I’m the only “outsider”.  However, in this situation, I did have a little extra sense of calm, as I’ve known the dark haired babe since we were teen’s.  Yes, that’s right, we go way, way, way, way back.  Sorry babe, to many ways?!? maybe I’m giving away our age.  Either way, it was so great to feel so welcomed and I thank each and every one of you for that.

I meet up with this relaxed bunch at their home which is situated on a absolutely beautiful property.  I’m talking gorgeous people!!  A huge variety of trees with tones of character, a river/swimming area ~ that travels around the grounds, and to top it off, one of the coolest tiki bars I’ve seen (oh, and I must add a little insert here) that my husband built 🙂

The result of this session is what I refer to as a family heirloom.  Your looking at 3 generations right here, all cozied up into one everlasting image.  It doesn’t get much better then that.

I hope you enjoy your sneak peak as much as I enjoyed spending the morning with you all.



ps ~ aren’t these 2 little girls just stunning!  Oh how I love those ringlets!

Becky Welch - September 18, 2011 - 12:43 am

ahhhhh! love the pic of the girls kissing 🙂 sooooo cute!

Sean - September 14, 2011 - 1:16 am

Thank you for creating such a relaxed atmosphere while capturing pictures of the family. The pictures of the girls are great. Thanks Sean

Heather Tutching - September 7, 2011 - 1:04 am

Fabulous, you did such an awesome job.

Meredith - August 31, 2011 - 12:03 am

Heather….these pictures are great. Thank you so much for taking them and I can’t wait to see more. You captured our girls perfectly and the true sense of who they are came out in each photo. I definitely will recommend you to anyone I know! You are amazing. Meredith 🙂

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