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Southampton Portrait Photographer :: The Vernons

family portraits

I am 100% positive that, no matter how old you are, your parents will love a photo of you more than anything in the world. And, if you manage to get your siblings in it as well, then you might as well have solved world hunger in their book. At least I’m pretty sure.

Here we have a photographic family, who I was honored, thrilled, and slightly intimidated when I was asked to do their photos for them. Here’s Andrew, Kelly and Kyle ::

Hey guys, I’m trying to take a photo, can you just look at me for a second?

Nicole 15:15 January 31, 2013 Reply
Love! <3 That street with the tunnel of trees is amazing.

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