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Sunday, January 24

The T Family {St. Louis Family Photographer}

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A few more sessions to wrap up my 2009 year.... I am SO sorry this is dragged out so far past December 31!!

This is an old high school chum... a fellow musician and theater gal from my illustrious days at Hickman High. Beth was perennially upbeat and incredibly smart and talented. Now, she is a music teacher with two beautiful kids and the kindest, sweetest husband ever. It was a pure delight to spend the afternoon with her feisty gorgeous kids and the two of them in Jefferson City, MO. (Governor's Mansion and the Train Station, if anyone is near there and wants some locations to shoot at!)

Thank you, Elizabeth, for our session time together! I LOVE these!

3 comments:

  1. Such wonderful pictures, and such a gorgeous family. The kids are just exquisite...and you have captured the family's spirit so well. What fun! It is always such a thrill to see people you know (or knew awhile ago) in pictures. Elizabeth, the kids are just beautiful. Emily, you have taken absolutely fabulous photos here! As usual, of course. :)

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  2. I really like the ones with the two kids interacting with each other. Priceless!
    It is all so beautiful, as usual!

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  3. I don't remember this girl. The blue eyes on the kids is remarkable since there is a dominant-brown-eyed parent....

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