A few weeks ago, my husband and I traveled to Austin. I have driven through Austin, but I haven’t stayed for any length of time. I discovered the state capital of Texas is a beautiful town. I fell in love (it’s not so weird!). Something about the hill country and all that green, then the brilliant city lights beating to the smokey vibe of urban lakefront. Then to see this…..
Wow! Absolutely stunning.
Austin was the day I did my first maternity portrait session. I don’t know if you remember me saying long, long, long, LONG ago that the only way to learn was to just do it. And that’s what I did. I did it. I tried my best. I really wanted something nice for this couple. Something to remember for a lifetime.
Their story is very special. I’ve been excited for her ever since I heard the news. A couple not expected to have children, advised it was unlikely, and then “Hello there, little one”. Surprise. A little blessing from God. A little boy.
I love little surprises like that.
They are going to be incredible parents. Their love, joy and fun just wrap around in an endless circle. Did I tell you how happy I am for them?
I wanted to show you what I saw through the lens.
Beautiful couple in a beautiful Austin park gazing in awe and wonder at the miracle of a growing life.
Congratulations to you both. I can’t wait to meet baby Lyle.
After the session, Jason and I took off for Chuy’s Hula Hut on Lake Austin. Mexican food and margaritas – oh yeah!
Best of all we got a lakeview from our table on the patio. Of course, I had to run and get my camera.
Patio Palm tree along the walkway next to the lake.
String of lights over the dock at Chuy’s. This restaurant has boat parking. How awesome is that?
It was a great way to end our day.
Like I said, I heart Austin. I heart this adorable couple. What a great adventure and what a great opportunity for my photography quest.
Thank-you Mr & Mrs Fox for a wonderful session and being my maternity guneia pigs. I adore you both and can’t wait to see you again.
Jason and I are headed back to hill country this weekend. This time to Marble Falls. I hope to do much exploration of this area and take LOTS of pictures (of course!).
Have a great weekend everyone!