December 30, 2016

zabolotney family | waterton family photographer

Oh, Waterton….I have only ever been there a handful of times but I can’t help but just fall deeper and deeper in love each time. It also helps to have incredible clients that will make the trek down south to adventure with me :)

Jessica, Dean and their sweet little girl, Claire met up with me at the beginning of October for a family connection session on an unusually warm day in Waterton. It was a very special session because we were able to include Jessica & Dean’s first daughter, Everly. If you look close you will see her <3

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