|Photo credit: Sierra|
One of the perks of being married to a photographer, and having adult children who are shutterbugs, too, is that we have a never-ending supply of family photos that rotate through our frames and the refrigerator's display surface. This last trip to Utah, Dylan and Sierra took some great shots of Chuck and me, and of course, Chuck took some amazing family photos.
In this family photo, Chuck took advantage of the one shady spot he could find in front of a boulder covered in petroglyphs. There was only a strip of shade, but he figured if we lined up along the crack between the two rocks, our group would just fit. He rose to the challenge of harsh lighting conditions, extreme heat in Saint George, and my goofy kids. Talk about being between a rock and a hard place, but Chuck made it work!
|Photo credit: Dylan|
|Photo credit: Chuck|
Our children all grew up in front of a camera, and they know how to pose. It doesn't hurt that they're all photogenic. That said, they also like to ham it up for the camera, and we all share the same sense of humor. Behind every great photo, there are a couple of silly ones, but I think sometimes the natural smiles come after the shenanigans of the photo taken before.
Today I decided to share some of my favorite shots, for real, and some of my OTHER favorite shots, just for fun. Photo shoots are never boring with this tribe.
Chuck asked Bridger to lean closer to the rock. He nailed it, don't you think?