Their portraits have a beautiful country feel that is true to their personality, while being emotional personal to them as well. This is where their son plays everyday, where they take their family walks, they drive past these fields everyday as they head off to work. I truly believe that embedding that kind of sentimentality in portraits that you see daily strengthens that connection you have to the people in them and the memories you make there.
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Kids at this age are still unguarded. It won't be long before they learn that, for many of us, we try to look a certain way in portraits of ourselves. We have a good "side", a good smile, a good angle. Mom knows these days are approaching and she chose some very silly, candid shots to be sure she captured their real personalities at this time in their life. I would do the same! Sometimes the goofiness brings more emotion than the perfect smiles.