Family Photos in the Bluebonnets | Round Rock, TX

The famous Texas bluebonnets have come and gone.  They only show up for a few weeks then re-seed themselves.  And we'll have to wait another year to see them again.

It's truly a pleasure to be able to capture beautiful family photos in the bluebonnets.  Family photos are so important, but it's also important to document the places you live. This family is from California, and I had the honor to take their family's first photos in the bluebonnets.  They are the nicest people with two boys that crack me up.

If you aren't from Texas or have lived in Texas your whole life, don't forget to document the places you live and are from.  The places where we create family memories are just as important as the people.  Another reason I love being a photographer in Round Rock and Texas in general!

Enjoy a peak into this family's bluebonnet photos!

Family Photo Session | Round Rock, TX

It seems that all of my family photo session in March were rained out and had to be rescheduled.  Thankfully, all my families were completely understanding that I just have no control of this crazy Texas weather.  It feels as though we can go through 3 seasons within 24 hours some days!

I had the pleasure of photographing this gorgeous family in Round Rock.  I love photographing families who are laid back and up for trying different things.  Especially when I get to capture everyone's individual personalities, especially kids' personalities!  This Round Rock family photo session was a lot of fun!  I love being a Round Rock photographer when I get to capture fun moments like these!

Check out this family's photo session!

A Dip in the Creek

Last week while the older two started school, I took Sawyer and Cassidy over to Pfluger Park.  It has a nice shady play area.

After playing on the playground for awhile, we took a walk down to the creek.  It took them all of 2 minutes before they started playing with the water.  At first, I just let them splash with their hands and tried my best to keep them as dry as possible.

I quickly realized it wasn't worth it.

Especially when Cassidy took off her shoes and socks by herself, so she could put her feet in the water.  At that point in time, I knew the battle was already lost.

The creek water was pretty cold, but they didn't seem to care.  I snapped photo after photo of them getting soaking wet.  And they were perfectly happy!

Enjoy photos of my wet children playing in the creek bed!

He loved the rocks.

And finally, Cassidy picking her nose.

Lensbaby Edge 80!

I had a birthday a couple weeks ago, and my awesome husband got me a Lensbaby Edge 80!  He's the best!

The Lensbaby Edge 80 is a fun, creative lens.  It allows me to focus on a slice in my frame while blurring the rest out of focus.

I've been taking it out for a spin a couple times a week to get used it since it's quite different than any other camera lens I own.  After some trial and error, I'm finally getting the hang of it!  Check out some of my recent photos with my new optic Edge 80.

Hugs from Dad

Last ride of the summer.

Wispy

Time out for a snack

Climbing the wall

Walk along the Trail

We are lucky enough to have the Brushy Creek Trail just a short distance from our house.  The Brushy Creek Trail is almost a 7 mile trail which will one day extend the entire width of Round Rock, East to West, and into north Austin.

My kids love to walk on the trail.  I like it because the path by our house is almost completely shaded which is perfect on the hot, summer days we've been having.  The trail is runs along a rancher's land who has longhorns and a donkey.  If we're lucky, the longhorns and donkey are grazing a feeding next to the trail.

Last week was one of those lucky mornings.  All four kids tried to feed the donkey, but he wasn't having it.  My kids were mesmerized by the longhorns and just stood and watched them until I finally said we have to go back to the car.  I was getting hot.

Our trail walk.