Thursday, July 28, 2011
The Holimama has been hard at work spreading her gospel on good eating and healthy balance, so I thought it an apt time to post her family session (it's not surprising, is it, that she chose to style her family in green for this shoot?). I had such a great time with Stanzi's family, watching her easy going parenting and her obvious love for all three of her boys. If you haven't already, you should definitely check out her cleanse, which I attempted earlier this summer...and man did I learn how to make a mean green smoothie!
Posted by About Caroline at 7/28/2011
Wednesday, July 20, 2011
I shot this session a year ago. Yeah, that's how lazy I am about blogging. But I had to share, because I had the best time with this family...and they brought me to the most amazing location in Westchester, overlooking the Long Island Sound. The day was grey and misty and the rocks the color of seals. I felt like I was on the coast of Maine. Thanks again, guys, for an amazing shoot!
Posted by About Caroline at 7/20/2011
Tuesday, July 19, 2011
Well, technically, my kids' babysitter. This adorable Haldane-grad has been watching my kiddos since I first moved to Cold Spring four years ago. Back then, she wore braces, I only had one kid, and that kid didn't speak. Kelly now is famous around town among the under-seven set (as well as their grateful parents). And this fall, she's going off to college. I'm not sure I'll ever be able to forgive her. But I couldn't let her leave without a photoshoot. I wanted to do something a little more urban, and thanks to Route 9, I think we got it! Kelly was fearless and totally up for anything. I had the best time!
Tuesday, July 12, 2011
It has become an annual tradition, it seems, to photograph Carolyn and her kids along with Glynwood's many baby animals in the spring. It's a tradition I'm quite fond of. The things I get to see: The awe in EJ's eyes when she gets to hold a baby chick (despite living on a farm full-time!). The old cabin in the woods with its creepy lighting (and, at least in these photos, a laughing baby James). A pregnant sow creating a nest in which to birth her babies, and then, a few days later, those same babies nursing. If you're lucky enough to live here, you should definitely sign up for Carolyn's farm classes for pre-schoolers.
Posted by About Caroline at 7/12/2011