This little guy has been so fun to see grow over the years. I first photographed Ryder with his parents, John and Tracy, when Ryder was just a little baby! I'm talking like at 3 months old. This is our fourth session together. His expressions crack me up and we all had a blast with the Arts District as our playground. I know Ryder was thrilled to splash at the Winspear Opera House... Can you believe this was in January? Only in Texas!
Well Dallas folks... I think it is time for us to give up hope that we are going to have snow for the 2015-2016 winter season. Personally I'm crying just a bit. So in lieu of any real snowy pics, these fabulous sisters are going to blow some snow at us on the blog. More to come from Lauren & Lindsay's playful winter session...
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This picture just makes me smile every time I look at it. Need to blog their session but had to jump in to post my fave. I adore Gavin's big grin and windblown hair and the way mom and dad are looking at him so excitedly.
Wishing you and yours a wonderfully peaceful holiday season. Merry Christmas from Tracy Allyn Photography and from me & my family. I hope you all enjoy time with your loved ones and snuggles by the fireplace!
Oh blog... How I have neglected you this fall. It has been a busy season full of seeing so many of my beloved established clients and meeting so many new ones.
This family is one that I was honored to meet and photograph this fall. They were so much fun as we moved from spot to spot along a one block stretch in Deep Ellum. Ian is going to keep them on their toes and keep 'em young... Definitely one of the cutest sack o' potatoes (his fave way for Dad to carry him) that I have ever seen. He is adorable! But what I loved most about the session is how much in love with each other and with their sweet little family I could tell the both Olga and Kirk were. Thanks for bringing that through in your images, guys!