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Wauwatosa Family Photography | Gully family in the snow

I'm starting to believe I actually might have special powers. I mean, I was totally joking before, but now? I may be on to something.... 

Last week I posted this picturesque snow picture. Immediately I received a call from a sweet mom who was SO excited because she wanted snow pictures just like the ones I shared. Like any good people-pleaser, I told her I would get right on it. 

And then it snowed.

Thank you, Dude Upstairs. I owe ya one. 

Gully-kids-playing-in-snow-Hoyt-Park

While Ainsley and her sunglasses are stinking ADORABLE in this action shot, I saved the best for later... oh, just you wait!


Are you looking forward to 2017 and thinking you would like photos out in the snow? Let's talk! Would you like photos inside where there is no snow? I can make that happen, too! Click the button below and magically I will appear on your desktop like a little genie. No, not really. I'm working on that for next year's talent.

Wauwatosa Child Photographer | Let It Snow!

"I really would love pictures of my kids when it's snowing."

"Er...." 

"Well, it's supposed to snow in the morning, so...."

{Time for the session is 3:00 PM}

BAM.

Anjeni, my friend, your wish is granted!

Kids in the snow Sneak Peek Portrait

Have you, too, dreamed of beautiful snowy family portraits? Contact me! Because apparently, it appears I have a direct line to Mother Nature. ;)

Winter scenes in photos

I love taking pictures of winter. I hate winter. But I love what the light, airy snow does to our environment, converting the view out our window into a creamy, dreamy wonderland. Sadly, the next day our world converts back to slushy, icy, ugly mess... but for that one day, it is so beautiful. I often catch myself gazing outside into our backyard or out the car window (when I'm not driving!) at the wondrous white world. 

I captured these winter scenes within the last month. (AKA those few times this winter it actually snowed.) I thought I'd share them with you today, on the first day of MARCH. As it is snowing. Oh the irony is thick in here. I'm moving to Arizona. (No I'm not.)

 
 

Three things catch my eye in these photos --  

1. Starkness and simplicity rules. 

2. They seem timeless to me. 

3. I like paths and roads. 

 

Now that I've gotten these winter scenes out of the way... here's to Spring -- coming soon

Have a great weekend! Happy March!