Do you have a favorite season for family photographs? For many Boston families, the Spring bloom time is ideal.
When families consider when to get their yearly photos taken, Autumn is often at the forefront of their minds. Fall in New England is pretty famous for its beautiful foliage. Because of leaf-peeping fame, Spring in Boston often gets overlooked. I am here to tell you that the Spring bloom is pretty darn amazing in its own right.
When Spring is in full bloom in Boston, it’s a sight to behold. An invigorating and welcome sign that the long, cold Winters are long behind us. The sun shines through the red, pink, and white blossoms and creates an air of magic in the city. While there are plenty of parks out in the suburbs of Boston with blooms, I prefer the Public Garden for maximum gorgeousness.
Not only is the Public Garden full of trees dripping with blossoms, there is an impressive array of tulips and other beautiful flowers.
Something about the serene atmosphere of the Garden in juxtaposition with the bustling city around it always makes me feel both relaxed and excited at the same time.
This particular family had a very special connection to the Public Garden. Many years ago, they got engaged in this very park while on a trip. It was a nostalgic experience to return to the very spot with their son on his first trip to Boston. We met at the famous statue of the ducklings and then wandered around chatting and exploring all that Boston had to offer. Doing sessions for families who are on vacation is a blast for me. I get to be a photographer with a splash of tour guide in our beautiful city.
The moral of my story is: consider a Spring family photography session in 2020! Not only do photographers have more availability in the Spring than in September and October, it’s beautiful. Plus, it’s fun to mix up the season of your family pictures from year to year!
Want to get on my Spring 2020 schedule?
Contact me and let’s chat!