It’s been a little while since I’ve seen these two little lovelies, and boy they’ve grown. What an absolute pleasure to capture them again, this time on the beach at my favourite spot. A few years ago we ate cake, drank milkshakes and had a cupcake stall. This time around we’re a little older, so we decided beach is the way to go, and we had fun! The sunlight was gorgeous and the weather perfect. Thank you again B family and thank you to my son Aaron who was my lovely second shooter, he did a fabulous job :)
Just another day, on the beach, getting my photography mojo back. :)
and whatever happened to 2015 and 2014 blog posts? Well, ‘life’ kinda got in the way – sorry about that. I was actually surprised to find I still had a website. So what’s been happening? Firstly, not one child, but two children graduated from high school – hurrah! Then one went to university studying law, the other took a ‘bludge off your parents’ gap year and has now started Uni (hurrah) . Child #3? Well he ‘s now in year 12 and continues to do his excellence in music/music production with the aim of going to university in the big smoke. Add into that the house build, a hysterectomy, work (nursing), then husbands mad dash into hospital, then more building, more nursing – and yep, my life got a little fun.
So I replaced photography with interior (and exterior) design, are we finished? Hell no! I’ve decided the only time this house will ever be complete is if I a) win lotto b)win lotto and c) have some magical fairy elves come and finish house/garden whilst I’m tucked up in bed, blissfully unaware of all the glitter and stardust going on around me. So yup, I can’t see us ever finishing. It’s good to have a project though isn’t it?
So onwards to 2016 and we start with a gorgeous session for the fabulous Miss Wendy at Eumundi Vintage Clothing, open Wednesdays and Saturdays at the Humdrum Cafe in Eumundi, and also open by appointment. Many thanks to the beautiful models and their Mummy’s.
When I first photographed Miss A and her gorgeous brother, she was just 3 years old. She stood on the beach, playing with a colourful umbrella. Her small silhouette earned me more recognition than I could ever have dreamed of. Since then I have photographed her through different milestones. What an amazing thing to be part of. A little while ago, her mum, brother and I went out to capture a quick 20 mins. It was a spontaneous, quick before the sun goes down, side of the road job! I’m so glad we did. Next stop, photograph my boys. It’s been 3 years since I photographed them properly. A whole 3 years – eek! Much love Annie