A Little Byrdie Told Me | It’s Spring Again

Spring will be here officially on Saturday, but I’m already seeing its unveiling – grass transformed from brown to green; buds on the trees ready to burst; early spring flowers in bloom. As rain soon will give way to glorious weather, I wanted to share three location ideas perfect for spring photos.

“The first blooms of spring always make my heart sing.”

S Brown

Shaw Nature Reserve

Spring blooms will soon burst and between March and April, the daffodils around Pinetum Lake bring a blanket of lovely yellow. The reserve hosts a variety of gardens and trails that boast beautiful foliage year-round. You could spend countless hours here capturing beautiful moments with your family.

Images of spring session at Shaw Nature Reserve
A senior session at Shaw Nature Reserve – 2019

“Spring won’t let me stay in this house any longer! I must get out and breathe the air deeply again.”

Gustav Mahler

Your Yard

Since last year, front step (or front porch) sessions have become quite popular. I actually did a handful of these fun, social distanced sessions last year. As people tackled home renovations this past year, it often included landscaping. Showcasing not only your family but your yard in a photo is a win win!

Images from front steps sessions
A few moments from the Front Steps series – 2020

“A little flower that blooms in May. A lovely sunset at the end of a day. Someone helping
a stranger along the way. That’s heaven to me.”

Sam Cooke

Laumeier Sculpture Park

This internationally recognized sculpture park has been a favorite place for me to take photos during the upcoming season. It boasts a lovely field, two impressive buildings and lovely blooms. This year, I’m excited to be hosting my spring/Mommy-and-me sessions here on Saturday, May 1. (Want to be the first to learn about details? Drop your email for me here.)

Images from mini sessions at Laumeier Sculpture Park
Images from mini sessions – Spring 2020

“It’s spring again. I can hear the birds sing again. See the flowers start to bud. See young people fall in love.”

Lou Rawls
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