We started off in the (nice cosy and warm) home, and I watched and captured some wonderful family together time. It was so lovely to see the big sister clearly loving her little brother.
Last year I completed a 'back and white' challenge that quite a few photographers completed. I must admit that prior to that, I mainly focused on colour images, as they were the ones I was instinctively drawn to. I LOVED doing it, and it really challenged me. Since doing it, I have really been embracing the timeless quality that black and white produces.
We then headed out and braved the frosty morning. It was a lovely crisp wintery morning. I actually love this sort of weather, weak sun breaking through and trying it's hardest to warm up the world. We had a wonder into the woods, and stumbled across a den. Thinking about my earlier comment on black and white, I just love the images below in black and white, don't you?
We then came across a tree swing, tied up high in a tree over a stream. A certain rather adventurous five year old couldn't resist. I am not a lover of heights, so just stood capturing the fun, and was thankful that my insurance was up to date. Not entirely sure it would have covered this though!
We then had a last little play in the woods, jumping and balancing on logs to keep nice and warm.
We then took a stroll back to their home, crossing frozen and frosty fields to get back. A wonderful family session in the winter sun. Perfect.
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