Heading back to Alabama is always a treat. Being around my family is always an adventure and this trip wasn’t any different. One of the best parts of going back is seeing my nieces and nephews. Unlike most people who are aunts or uncles, I’ve known my nieces and nephews since I was a young kid. Jamie’s children grew up around me, experiencing the same life changes as I was. It’s a different dynamic and makes fitting in a little difficult. It’s fun, though. Being close to someone you’ve known your whole life is an awesome thing.
Ms. Ariel has always been one of my favorite people. Trips to Alabama means trying to trick her into spending as much time with me as I can get. It also means following her around with a camera to get the gorgeousness that is her dark haired beauty. Like the rest of my family, this girl is incredibly photogenic.
This time around, I wanted Ariel to include her other half, Joe. Joe has been a part of the family for a while now, and it’s fun to get to spend time with him around Ariel. The two have spent a lot of time together over the years and know each other pretty well. There’s also inside jokes galore that just spill from them. There’s never a second that’s not entertaining when they’re together.
As you go through these pictures, you’ll get to see a gorgeous park that had the prettiest leaves all around it. The backdrop was well matched with their outfits and the cuteness that the two of them naturally bring. I love this time of the year, especially when it’s so damn noticeable in my pictures.
Enjoy the winter-y goodness below!
There you have it! If you got anything out of this, you noticed that my niece is gorgeous, their love is fun, and Auburn is a nice city. I’m excited to share more of my trip with you guys, so stay tuned!
If you looking to do your own photo session, click this link here! I’d love to help you make all of your visions become a reality. It’s the best time of the year and the images are the most gorgeous they can be, so don’t miss out!
Until next time, friends! Keep on adventuring…