Oklahoma City Sessions- Part One

This week we’re in (cue music…) Texas!!!  We’ll be visiting with family and doing some sessions as well.  If you missed the opportunity to book with us this week, we’ll be making another trip around Christmas.  Stay current with blog posts and follow our travel sessions through our Scott Photography facebook page HERE! And did I mention that we’re thinking of giving away some free stuff?  Just saying….  Here’s the first of our Oklahoma City sessions from a few weeks ago.  It was a whirlwind trip, but lots of fun – and we only had one cancellation due to swine flu!

I love it when David is able to do a shoot with me, mostly because of precious pictures like this!  If you’ve ever photographed children, you know how difficult it is to get a great expression from them and actually capture that expression with the camera… but if you’ve got a crazy Dave standing behind you  making silly faces?  It’s a snap!  Dave was obviously not behind me for this picture.  Soooo precious!

This was a family session for one of my close college friends, Nicole.  I think anyone would bond over a year’s worth of Psychological Statistics, and while we could pull the grades, we still got in trouble for chatting and giggling just like fourth graders.  Of course, now neither one of us is using our Psychology degrees -other than on our spouses and children.  Is that wrong?

We did this session at the Myriad Botanical Gardens in downtown Oklahoma City.  Doesn’t it just look magical?  I would SO have this picture as a big canvas over my couch.  Thanks to Nicole and her family for a fun afternoon.  Your Christmas cards are on the way!

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