It has been years since I’ve visited Tunnel Park in Holland but I’m glad I did. Not only did I get a workout from climbing the dunes and stairs but it had the most beautiful views. I feel so lucky to live so close to the lake and all it’s glory. Also I couldn’t believe how warm it was in May. For Michigan being 80 degrees at this time is rare. We had rain in the forecast which caused the sun to play hide and seek throughout the session but regardless it was absolutely beautiful.
If you’ve followed me for a while you’ll notice that the Scotts are a returning family of mine and I love it when I have clients return year after year. The kids couldn’t wait to play on the playground and roll down the dune so getting them to be in pictures was a little bit of a challenge but I’d say we’ve captured a lot of their personalities while still having some fun. To me it’s not just about pictures but about an experience. When they look back at these I want them to remember the crazy fun chaos because years from now these kiddos will no longer be little. So I introduce to you their family session.
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