It was one-of-a-kind Saturday afternoon in Stockholm. The sun was shinning bright from one corner of the sky, while dark rain clouds loomed over the other side. Continue reading “Cristina & Philip’s Wedding at Stockholm City Hall”
What’s the very first thing that comes to your mind when you hear the word ‘WEDDING’? Continue reading “Michelle + Axel Wedding in Stockholm, Sweden”
“There shall be
Eternal summer in the grateful heart.”― Celia Laighton Thaxter Continue reading “Erin Family Summer Session”
Happiness is letting go of what you think your life is supposed to look like and celebrating it for everything that it is. – Mandy Hale Continue reading “Suzanne Family Session at Copenhagen”
“You can kiss your family and friends good-bye and put miles between you, but at the same time you carry them with you in your heart, your mind, your stomach, because you do not just live in a world but a world lives in you.” – Frederick Buechner
I have come to experience this quote for real now that we are living so far away from our immediate family. A world does lives within us. A world around which our hearts and minds constantly revolve. A world far too precious!
Laura and Jon’s family session was one of the sessions I had the most fun.
Their two little girls were super friendly and adorable bundles of joy.
Just when I thought I should try out the games I had in mind for their session, these two came up with their own little games. It was absolute fun!
A child’s play is not simply a reproduction of what he has experienced, but a creative reworking of the impressions he has acquired. — Lev Vygotsky
I have come to realise that sometimes life’s best moments and lessons happen when we keep aside our grown up selves and listen and watch the little ones. They often can be quite profound teachers!
As these little ones took charge of the session with their games, I got to capture some very candid moments. The kind of moments which one cannot fabricate. Authentic and pure moments. Moments that defined them as individuals and as one family!
Laura and Jon waited for this particular day to have the photo session because Jon’s parents were visiting them from across the miles.
The presence of the grandparents made the family unit complete and whole!
The grand-daughters were evidently their delight, pride and sunshine!
This session was my first family session with grandparents. Each of them meant a world to the other in the family. The contentment and satisfaction that comes from photographing this flawless love is something that transcends words!
A recipe for love: A spoonful of smiles,
A jar of joy, A cup of kisses and a handful of hugs!
If we could sum up our days, months, years, our experiences and relationships, it is the smiles, joy, kisses and hugs that add value to our life and all that we have earned! We are most blessed when we have people who add to our joys and smiles!
Photographing Amosa’s precious family was a delightful experience. She and her husband were warm and affectionate. The kind of couple who make you feel like you have been friends for a long time. Their little daughters where just adorable. I let the family play with each other and enjoy the little moments at the park. The joy and the laughter from that afternoon are what makes these images special!
Amosa, you are indeed blessed with the recipe for true love!
It was seven am that Monday morning. It had poured heavily the previous day. The rain left the cobbled streets of the Old Town Square wet, the air so fresh. The square that was packed with tourists, street artists, horse driven chariots and street vendors, was now empty and quiet. As I stood there savouring the quietness and the ancient charm of the square, I saw Claire and Karthik walk towards me! Continue reading “Claire & Karthik at Kraków”