Photography is tantamount to your daily vitamins. You can shovel down bucket loads of vitamin A but your body still needs Vitamin B,C, and so on. I can shoot landscapes every day of the week but it won't satisfy my need for a portrait session. Unfortunately as of late work and my constant studying has hampered my ability to make a "for fun" session happen. Thankfully an opportunity showed itself a little over a week ago.
My friend Jenny has been crocheting up a storm recently. Creating everything from baby booties to cup cozies many adorned with cute button and adorable flowers. You need to go check out her shop -->Jenny's Crocheted Goods<-- data-preserve-html-node="true" She does phenomenal work and I've purchased one of her creations myself and have been delighted with it. In fact you might of seen it if you read my latest Idllywild Adventure
After some spasmodic planning we had picked a time and date but a location eluded us. In fact we didn't make a decision on where we were headed until just before departing . Spontaneity! We choose Heritage Park in whittier; a isolated patch of lush greenery nestled in an industrial park. Orange trees, other various foliage, wigwams and a few very quaint buildings make up the grounds. Jenny, A few friends appointed as models for the day and I arrived at the golden hour of photography and were blessed with absolutely gorgeous lighting. Unfortunately we had a very brief window of opportunity as the park closed at 5pm. Despite the rush we managed to create a gorgeous series of photos that show off Jenny's creations wonderfully. Check them out and then check out Jenny's Crocheted Goods.