This family is always lucky to have a sunny day, but it is ALWAYS cold for their photo session. This year we chose the Tacoma Glass Museum as a backdrop. Even with the freezing temperatures, we managed to have fun and capture another memory!
It snowed this week in the near mountains. I think I will have plenty of snow play in my future with over 100 inches of snow that fell in my local mountains over the last couple of days.
I set off for a morning trail run at Lake Easton, hoping for relatively flat terrain after a hit and a miss at Gold Creek on Snoqualmie.
Once I got there, I felt calm, quiet, and honestly a little embarrassed after wiping out numerous times. I’m not the stellar skier I thought I was on the chosen un-groomed trail. Needless to say, the photos weren’t perfect, but the solitude certainly was.
Winter has it’s own color scheme around the Pacific Northwest. This year, the weather has been extraordinarily mild. It is the first year that I can remember with such little snow in the mountains. What would normally would be blanketed in snow, is a stark grey or covered in the frozen frosting left in the morning after a clear night. For some reason, the grey makes reds pop for me. Here are a couple of wandering shots from my mini-break with my favorite – The Natural Ginger while hanging out at Lake Cle Elum and the always beautiful Ritter Farms.
I love coming home. Not only to the home I’ve built with The Handsome, but the home I remember more than any- My Grandma’s house. It was always comfortable, full of love, and so warm. So many memories that have been made, and still to come.
The best time there is early in the morning, on a very cold day, where you can leave the comforts of the wood stove in the back room and venture out into the orchard to roam. It was an unusual and green Christmas gathering, but it was not without frosting.
I love spending time with families- especially this one. This darling group braved an extraordinarily bright and brisk day for family photos. Our hour shoot, was quickly cut short to keep noses from getting too rosey and fingers from freezing.
These three beautiful girls full of sweetness ad giggles kept mom and dad warm.