Fall photos are always some of my favorite times for photography because the air is so nice and the colors are vibrant. In this case Little sweet Andrew made it all even more colorful with his adorable smile and sweet eyes. So happy to have been able to have the opportunity to photograph him since he was only 3 months. -xoxo
I visited Durant Nature park for a few pics on my trip to North Carolina and was able to see various bird, insect and different animal species that have been recorded in the park, typical pond life, especially turtles and various spiders. What I really appreciate the most about this park was all the green that surrounded it, very beautiful and peaceful.
Ok, first a little bit of History….
The George Ranch Historical Park’s history follows family lines beginning in 1824 when Texas was still part of Mexico. The first Texas pioneers settled near the Brazos River. In the years since, the Ranch has passed through four generations and grown into one of Fort Bend County’s landmarks.
In my opinion, I would have to admit is was a pretty big place. You need a good pair of walking shoes and water to tour the Ranch, but was it worth it? oh yea! 100%. I didn’t know much about the history of this place until I finally took the tour, I definitely recommend seeing it, I love the look of this location, it’s very vintage, country with a side of history! ..Now before you book a session here make sure you get informed on there prices….but it’s a must see.
Wortham Park, nestled in the center of the Medical Center, boasts wonderful water features and luscious landscaping. Perfect for a small, intimate ceremony or wonderful pictures!. The trees, the columns, the waterfalls are all in rows and there are plenty of them. The only thing to keep in mind in going here is the parking which is limited but other than that it’s a location to see.