Last month I went home to Massachusetts for Thanksgiving and I was able to do a portrait session for my brother Greg’s family. It was barely 40 degrees that day and we had to shoot the photos quick or else we would have either been frozen, or the kids not in the ideal mood to keep shooting portraits. Earlier that day I had scouted out a location in the marsh behind my old high school, and it turned out to be an excellent and real unique place for the session.
I love how the photos have a totally different look than the photos I normally take in Costa Rica, with rich earthy colors as opposed to the jungle green I am used to. My brother had a great idea to bring some fishing poles for props, which kept the kids excited and also gave them something fun to do. As always, Greg’s family was enthusiastic and had the best smiles, and we were able to get some memorable photos.