Sunrise…at Sundown…

I have lived in Charleston for nearly 30 years…and continue to discover and rediscover little gems throughout the city.  I met up with this sweet family at Sunrise Park on James Island.  I haven’t been there in years…and it’s such a great little spot.  You can see the beautiful Ravenel Bridge, get your toes in the sand, or just relax on the grass by the river.  We had a perfect afternoon…just before the rain rolled in – HARD.  Enjoyed our time together and glad we got it done and over just in time!

ONE love…

Sweet little Priss was the star of the Saturday show…on a very muggy morning.  The family gathered all around to watch her eat cake…and she wanted…none of it.  Hardly a lick.  She had places to crawl and people to visit so we had a great little morning anyway in a beautiful spot.  Here is your sneak peek…the rest should go up shortly!

A sugar cube will do ya’…

This is one of my absolute…all-time…favorite…no nonsense…drama-free…solid girls…from one of my all-time favorite families.  Sweet Parker has a love affair with this big gal…and college, et al. is about to come between them.  What a fun morning and a total pleasure watching you with her.  Love that the pocket full of sugar cubes kept her curious and flirtatious!

Have a great rest of the summer…and the Dews want a send-off before you head to Ole Miss!

An Irish Goodbye…at brunch!

A fabulous large family gathering to send one sweet section off to Ireland.  Enjoyed my Sunday morning with all of you!!

Calm party of Five…

I love when I come back from a shoot and brag about a sweet family.  All five of these people right here are some of the nicest most genuine people you will ever meet.  I’m glad we got out before the real heat started…and hope your afternoon in Edisto was fabulous.

Sand-bathing…

I am always amazed that children can enjoy sand as much as they do.  My husband goes to the beach…refuses to take a chair…stands anxiously around those enjoying the sun…and then despises the packing up/riding home routine.  His theory…he’d rather take nothing to the beach so nothing gets sand on it.  I get it to some degree…but I can at least enjoy myself.

These two…don’t mind it one bit!  Love it.

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