I love BIG families. Perhaps it’s because I have quite the brood of my own. But, there’s something special about having built in friends wherever you go. There is always somebody to play with, somebody to tease and even somebody to cry with who just “gets” you. This family is no exception. I first met the Fry’s when I did a senior photography session with their daughter. About 2 years later, they let me know that they would be moving to North Carolina. They wanted to have one last family photography session “Colorado Style” to remember their time here. We headed over to Bingham Lake in Parker, Colorado for a beautiful Pondersosa Pine backdrop. The day was a bit gray and chilly. I kept thinking on my drive over…”you know, if we could just get a little blanket of snow, it would be perfect for the Fry’s farewell to Colorado pictures.” Somebody was listening that day. As soon as we stepped out of our cars into the grove of pine trees, little flurries began to fall. Yes! The Fry’s wrapped up their session and themselves in a special blanket heirloom made by their Grandma. I love it when my clients bring props that are unique to them. Now it’s on to new adventures for this loving family. Farewell Frys!
Big families are so fun! So much life and love and personalities
Aww I’m so glad they took the time to have one last Colorado family photo session! That is so important! These are lovely family portraits!
These are beautiful! You did such an amazing job at bringing intimacy to their big family photo! I love love love them!
Oh, these are gorgeous! My favorite has to be the ones of them walking away. The perfect way to say goodbye to this amazing state!
I love that you added a little about yourself. It must be so great to have a big family and be able to be close to them like that. I have a lot of siblings but I didn’t grow up with any of them so I feel like an only child in a lot of ways. These images are beautiful. You really caught their personality and their happiness. I love that you took individual photos of each kiddo too. What a great family session for these lovely people.
Big families are the best! My husband has 10 siblings- it’s a blast when we’re all together. Beautiful family, you captured them all so well!