That end-of-fall sun... the warm glow of fallen leaves at sunset... an epic Frisbee arm... a tree fallen but not forgotten.
I was lucky enough to have photographed Bryden and his mom, sisters, and gorgeous dog Roxy last spring. So when I had the opportunity to photograph him and his dad, I was excited.
Bryden is one of those pretends-to-be-shy-but-is-downright-sweet little kids that you want to photograph for hours. Those bursts of joy that beam across his little face are utterly heart warming, and he is clearly the apple of his dad’s eye.
We chose the beautiful hilltop location locally known as the Potato Research Station for a special reason. Bryden’s dad had himself been photographed here with his own parents at Bryden’s age, and we just had to try to recreate that shot. Our detective work led us to examine many trees, many of which looked so very similar to the one in the photo from 30 years ago, yet none seemed to be the one. After careful examination, we discovered a foot-high stump located in the exact place that this tree seemed to be. The tree may be gone, but now Bryden and his dad have a new tree right next to the old one, where their story begins. Photos don’t just record memories, they craft stories—and now Bryden will have a story of his own that he can perhaps share by the tree with his little one someday.
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