5 Springy Things

…Hello!

I am enjoying Spring, although I was disappointed at the lack of snow to practice portraits in last year. But here we are. A brand new year. Easier to mange golden hours, and soft spring lighting.

(*So. You may be wondering why I haven’t posted any of the newborn pictures yet. The answer is…the shoot has been rescheduled for sometime THIS week.)

And so today is a springy post.

1. Floral Dresses~

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Especially this one that looks like a dress from the 1960’s. Vintage ❤ .

 

2. Flowers~

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These adorable little grape hyacinths are all over our grass!
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And there are little violets everywhere.

3. Red buds ~

Those lovely tress with pink flowers on them…

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4. Dead winter leaves go away~

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Photo taken at twilight on a recent night.

 

5. More predictable golden hours~

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What are y’all looking forward to this spring?

What is one photo on your bucket list for this spring? (a newborn session is on mine 😛 😉 ❤ ) 

Do you like to swim? (Random, I know. But my family just got a YMCA membership and I’ve                                         gone swimming twice!)

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3 thoughts on “5 Springy Things

  1. Love the pictures! I’m jealous of whatever lens you have that makes that lovely blurred backgroud. LOL! ;D
    I just took pictures of the pink flowers on our tree today. Except they’re more buds right now. 😉

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    1. Thanks! Your next lens should be the nifty fifty (50mm). It’s a prime lens, but so amazingly worth it. I love it so much 🙂 . I love pink flower trees ❤ .

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