This is the second of three (maybe four) segments from my recent trip to Belmont, MA (which is just outside of Boston).
In my last post, you saw some photos that Diane had hired me to take of her sister’s family. Later that same day, Diane’s dear mom hired me to photograph Diane and her gang. We hit the road to find a new location… and landed at the luscious Harvard Square. So without further ado, here are some of my favorites of Diane, Tom, Abby, Maddie, Henry, and Phoebe.
I was loving the Weeks Footbridge in Harvard Square, as our backdrop. It is quite charming. I love the bridge’s character (aka signs of age) that accompany it’s fantastic views of the Charles River down below.
We were climbing all over this bridge. I was standing on the railing to get this next shot, until Diane said “Alice be careful.” Suddenly my nickname “Avalanche Alice” whispered through my ears, as I looked down to see just how far below the cold water of the river was. It was a big enough drop, that we quickly moved on to other “more beautiful” scenery. Really, I was done with this scenario ;).
See how beautiful this is.
I love the antique look I get from the Pioneer Woman’s Vintage Photoshop Action.
Then we went onto some real fun that included cartwheels…
I love this shot… it pairs great with the image above, but is so abstract on it’s own.
I’m also quite keen on these next two shots. This is a family full of teens, and they have such a great time together!
Love you guys…