Alaska Family Portrait Session~Part II

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If you missed the first half of this post, check go back to see HERE.  More of this great family of my friend, Katie Cannon.

I love them all! It was super chilly outside, but breathtaking views, so worth it!!! I’ll share some images with you next week that Katie took of my hubby and me in this same location–like an engagement shoot all over again;) Favorites here?

To see more of my Alaskan Adventure, check out these links:

17 Thinks I learned on my trip to Alaska


Alaska Say NO to Auto Workshop

What I Wore in Alaska

My husband and I in Alaskan Mountains

Family Portraits in snowy Mountains Part I

Mother/Son Mini session in Urban Anchorage

Family mini session in the Mountains of Alaska

Phone Pictures in Alaska

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  1. I love these photos (obviously as I do with ALL your photos) but I LOVE her dress!!! WOW!! Its lovely to see something so different reminds me of England and all the hills and valleys etc 😀 beautiful!

  2. Jacqueline says:

    My favorites are the one of her by herself, and the fourth one down or so on your last post, with everybody on the blanket, looking at the camera. Looking forward to seeing the pics of you and your hubby!

  3. Joanna S. says:

    Love the smiles in the pic of mom &dad.

  4. I LOVE them all, Part 1 and 2, so very much!!!I can’t believe that my family is on your blog!!! Just to let everyone know, I’ve been following Kristen for a.long.time!!! I can’t not wait to slather my walls with these images 😀 BTW Rebecca Northcott, my dress is from Target and I love it too 😉

  5. I love the black & white photo of the father holding the son! You can see the dad is holding the son really tight and the boy is probably cold (from reading your post). How fun to go to Alaska and be able to take pics!! 🙂


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