Saturday, May 10, 2014

Salt Lake City Utah Family Photographer | 11-on-11 Project May 2014

(This is the fifth post in an 11-on-11 project I am honored and excited to be participating in this year with a group of talented photographers from around the country: Kelly Sweda (CA), Sara Kaleho (MN), Sanna Lee (MN)Marie Sant (UT)Brooke Schmoe (FL)Brandi Tejeda (CO) and Corey Villicana (CA)  No rules or guidelines other than we post 11 personal pictures on the 11th of each month. To see last months post click HERE)

Happy Mother's Day!  So grateful for these littles who keep me grounded, slightly crazy and who are my whole world.  With two birthdays, a move and the last minute rush of high school senior portrait sessions, it has been a very busy month for us.  Some of these images are my new favorites, so I hope you enjoy...

"Strong like mama" she says.

Leg hugs...

Thanks so much for looking!  Now please continue the blog circle and visit the lovely and talented Sara from Sara Kaleho Photography!

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  1. I'm in love with the light and colors in your room. perfect. And I can't get over how pretty those mountains are! I hope the move went well and you're all settled in. happy mother's day! xx

  2. Great photography! I love getting ideas from talent like yours :)

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