This was my first ever true maternity session! When this glowing mama, a friend from college and fellow photographer at Miche L Photography, asked if I would capture her baby bump, I agreed with (nervous) excitement!
They drove in from Kincardine to meet me on a relatively warm day (-1° Celcius is practically tropical around here this winter!) and we met at Waterloo Park to capture some snowy scenes. It may look pretty, with the cedar hedgerow dusted in fluffy snow, but believe you me we waded through knee deep banks to get to the location. Soggy pant hems really add to the experience though, wouldn’t you agree? ;)
After braving the cold for a we while, we decided we needed to warm up and so headed to the nearby Clay and Glass Gallery to explore the amazing art pieces and take advantage of some spectacular light. Once changed in to some dry clothes, I worked on getting a few images of them with the art installations, but also to capture the wonderful, loving connection these two have together. It is easy to see that with the amount of love that is flying around, the awaited babe will be one lucky little person.
I cannot wait to meet Baby Robertson and wish them all a swift, wonderful birth experience. And look out world, this promises to be one good-looking baby. Have you seen her hot parents?! :)
Enjoy the images and stay warm,