Fall Family Portraits | The Plomers

Fall Family Portraits | The Plomers

Last time, I shared a bit about the Coffing family and our session together earlier this month. I meant to share about the Plomers in the same post, since their sessions overlapped and they happen to be family, but after rambling on for eighteen hours, I decided it would probably be best to save them for their own post ;)

Albuquerque fall family portrait

Evan here happens to be Miranda’s brother, so the timing of their sessions back to back turned out just perfect. I had built-in happy helpers! And cute cousin shots!

And that’s not to mention the timing of the weather. It’s true, it was a downpour for most of the half hour prior to the Plomers’ arrival at Bachechi Open Space. The poor Coffings and I had to huddle in a car together to wait it out. But as luck would have it, as soon as the Plomer group arrived with one-month-old twins and one adorable daughter in the sweetest white skirt, the storm had passed.

We scrambled to get some put-together portraits, just in case the weather decided to revolt again.

Albuquerque fall family portraitAlbuquerque fall family portraitAlbuquerque fall family portraitFather and twins.Newborn twins.

Aren’t those twins the most precious? Two tiny newborn bundles and one adorable big sister in a skirt and cowgirl boots to match
mom? Count me in! I couldn’t get enough of the sweetness of the Plomer family, and I just kept thanking my lucky stars that we got all the dramatic color of a storm in their photos with none of the wetness, especially with those tiny ones.

Mommy & daughter portrait.Little girl playing in puddles at Bachechi.Little girl playing in puddles at Bachechi.Family portraits.Mom with newborn twin baby boys.

I feel so privileged to be the one to capture this family at this stage in time. These early moments with their newborn twins and their little-big sister happily playing with the chamisa and puddles are so precious. They are moments they can all look back on for years and years, to get a sense of them as a family in that specific time. I can just see these beautiful images, with their happy faces and pops of turquoise against the yellow of the chamisa, sitting on a mantle. This is why I love photography, and why taking family portraits is so important! It’s an essential service I’m honored to provide. So thank you to the Plomers, and again to the Coffings, for braving that rain for me so we could make (and keep!) some memories. <3

Mom and dad with newborn twins.Couples portrait for mom and dad.

Last time, I shared a bit about the Coffing family and our session together earlier this month. I meant to share about the Plomers in the same post, since their sessions overlapped and they happen to be family, but after rambling on for eighteen hours, I decided it would probably be best to save them for their own post ;)

Albuquerque fall family portrait

Evan here happens to be Miranda’s brother, so the timing of their sessions back to back turned out just perfect. I had built-in happy helpers! And cute cousin shots!

And that’s not to mention the timing of the weather. It’s true, it was a downpour for most of the half hour prior to the Plomers’ arrival at Bachechi Open Space. The poor Coffings and I had to huddle in a car together to wait it out. But as luck would have it, as soon as the Plomer group arrived with one-month-old twins and one adorable daughter in the sweetest white skirt, the storm had passed.

We scrambled to get some put-together portraits, just in case the weather decided to revolt again.

Albuquerque fall family portraitAlbuquerque fall family portraitAlbuquerque fall family portraitFather and twins.Newborn twins.

Aren’t those twins the most precious? Two tiny newborn bundles and one adorable big sister in a skirt and cowgirl boots to match
mom? Count me in! I couldn’t get enough of the sweetness of the Plomer family, and I just kept thanking my lucky stars that we got all the dramatic color of a storm in their photos with none of the wetness, especially with those tiny ones.

Mommy & daughter portrait.Little girl playing in puddles at Bachechi.Little girl playing in puddles at Bachechi.Family portraits.Mom with newborn twin baby boys.

I feel so privileged to be the one to capture this family at this stage in time. These early moments with their newborn twins and their little-big sister happily playing with the chamisa and puddles are so precious. They are moments they can all look back on for years and years, to get a sense of them as a family in that specific time. I can just see these beautiful images, with their happy faces and pops of turquoise against the yellow of the chamisa, sitting on a mantle. This is why I love photography, and why taking family portraits is so important! It’s an essential service I’m honored to provide. So thank you to the Plomers, and again to the Coffings, for braving that rain for me so we could make (and keep!) some memories. <3

Mom and dad with newborn twins.Couples portrait for mom and dad.

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