Karmen Linder Photography Orchard Photoshoot

One of the awesome benefits of living on a gorgeous apple orchard is that photographer’s love to use it for their ‘back drop’ during photo shoots.  About a month back I was contacted by a ‘new to me’ photographer, a miss Karmen Linder of Karmen Linder Photography.  She came out to the orchard, we chatted, I showed her around and she met my girls.  The same day we set up a photo shoot of my girls so she could promote mini sessions at my orchard.

“Can I take pictures of your kids?”  Of course! I love having my kids photographed and they’ve been exposed to enough that they’re usually pretty good and listen to the photographer.  I just wanted to show off a few of the AMAZING shots that Karmen got of my girls!

 

karmen linder pipThe adorable Persimoni sporting one of my hand-dyed bubble rompers that I have for sale at my apple orchard.  Pip is at that difficult age for photo’s (16 months) but let me tell you – Karmen was excellent with her – apples on her head, shoes on her head, crazy noises and she got some amazing shots of my little doll!karmen linderCedi and Capri – Cedi’s (left) wearing an Empire Waisted Hand Dyed Dress and Capri (right) is wearing a Tie Shoulder Hand – Dyed Dress with Caplet sleeves.  I have some of the dyed dresses listed in my etsy shop but I have more to list so if you’re looking for something in particular just let me know!karmen linder amazing  Now this is my FAVORITE set up of the girls that Karmen took!  I was putting Pip down for a nap when I came back and saw this set up!  I just LOVE it!  In this shot Capri (left) is wearing a spaghetti strap empire waisted hand-dyed dress and Cedi (right) is wearing a Ruched Top Hand Dyed Sundress with Spaghetti Straps.

Thank you thank you thank you Karmen for sharing these amazing photos’ with me!

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