Before all the madness with covid-19 really busted into our lives with mask wearing and stay at home orders, I had the lovely opportunity of photographing Amy, Josh, and Levon at Shelburne Farms.
I met up with said adorable family on a beauty Saturday morning which now seems like forever ago! Levon is going to be a big brother soon, so the Langs wanted some natural and fun images of their family before the newest addition to the family comes!
Just to be on the safe side, I bought some lenses with a bit longer of a range to maintain a safe social distance. We had a mini-session, which typically last about 30 minutes or so. We took a casual walk from the parking lot up and around, stopping at places to take photographs along the way. You really can't go wrong at a place like Shelburne Farms!
It's really interactions and times like these when I am so thankful for my job. I *love* getting to meet people and getting to know them and creating these relationships that sometimes last quite a long time (I love clients turned friends!). Since moving to Vermont, I've always felt like it's my place; its people, its values, its gorgeous nature and tranquility. Being able to feel this through my work is very special, and I feel very lucky. Plus, Amy and Josh got married at Red Rocks during Phish tour, so that's pretty much the coolest thing!
I hope you're all staying safe and sane out there. I really can't wait to get back to shooting loving, fun, and real families like the Langs. If you're interested in a mini-session, please reach out! I'd love to do things safely while capturing those natural and raw moments so you can cherish them for generations to come!