Family portrait on a very windy day on the beach

It was an unexpectidly windy day when we got together with the Cox families for their yearly portrait. Two days earlier when they originally had scheduled the portrait, they canceled because it was a bit windy...but unfortunately, it proved to be worse. This time of year, doing outside portraits is very iffy so when it is even a bit questionable, its best to forge ahead. The little toddler was besides himself and cried throughout most of the session and one daughter never showed up. I will attempt to do another session with part of the family who lives local but the rest had to leave after the holiday. WIth the crying baby and the gale force winds, I could not do all of the different poses. WE basically had to hide at the end of the street with the beach in the background instead of actually venturing down to the beach. (Disappointing!!)

It was an unexpectidly windy day when we got together with the Cox families for their yearly portrait. Two days earlier when they originally had scheduled the portrait, they canceled because it was a bit windy…but unfortunately, it proved to be worse. This time of year, doing outside portraits is very iffy so when it is even a bit questionable, its best to forge ahead. The little toddler was besides himself and cried throughout most of the session and one daughter never showed up. I will attempt to do another session with part of the family who lives local but the rest had to leave after the holiday. WIth the crying baby and the gale force winds, I could not do all of the different poses. WE basically had to hide at the end of the street with the beach in the background instead of actually venturing down to the beach. (Disappointing!!)

Cox family windy

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