Find your Tribe, Love them Hard
These two families are visiting together for the holidays...one having just recently moved to Nashville from California, and the other coming in from California to spend a week with them in their new home. Originally, we had planned to shoot the two family sessions separately, one at a time. But some time constraints prevented them from having enough time to do two full separate sessions before it got dark, so we decided to combine them into one big extended family session.
I have to say that I am really glad it worked out that way because these families needed photos together. They wanted a location that was representative of the area and that they wouldn't be able to see in California. I'm really glad we chose the Park at Harlinsdale Farms. What better way to represent Nashville than with a beautiful old horse farm? Plus there is lots of variety there and it looks beautiful in any season.
It was the kind of session that was just so easy to shoot and everything came together perfectly. The light and the sunset was amazing, but most of all was just the connection between all of these friends. I left the session feeling really glad to have been a part of it, and hoping that they have an amazing week in Nashville making memories together.
Keywords: 2018, barns, crystal freemon photography, Franklin, friends, groups, Harlinsdale Farms, outdoors, photography, portraits, teen, The Park at Harlinsdale Farms, tween, winter
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