Family Photography Session with Carole, Jack and Their Family at The Leg Grounds

October 07, 2015  •  Leave a Comment

On Sunday, David and I went downtown to the Alberta Legislative Grounds  with Carole and Jack and their family.  Kathryn and Rob - whose wedding we did seven years ago, bought Carole and Jack a gift certificate for a photo session with us.  And, you couldn't ask for a more perfect time of year than fall with all the beautiful colours.  In addition to Carole, Jack, Kathy and Rob, there were also Jody and Glen and their two children - Braydon and Brooklynn.  Braydon and Brooklyn were Kathryn and Rob's ring bearer and flower girl at their wedding and now they are 20 and 16!  I feel so old, but at the same time, it is fantastic to see how much they have grown since then.  

It was great seeing the whole family again and they are such a fun family to work with!  We had a lot of laughs and got some great shots for them.  Jody and I talked about having grown boys still at home and the "fun" that goes along with that.  

The leg grounds were not too busy this Sunday afternoon which meant we could pretty much use any space we decided to.  The fountains had already been drained and some of the flowers pulled, but it was still so beautiful there.  

Thank you to all of you for allowing us to capture more family memories for you!

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