Do I ever get tired of shooting photos in the city? Nope. I am always fully reminded that I am a mid-west girl from Indiana when I work in the city.  The wonder of it all never wears off!

I particularly love Madison Square Park because, well, the Flat Iron Building becomes a backdrop.  That’s pretty darn cool.  But also, they always have some interesting art installation going on.  This year it was Maya Lin’s Ghost Forest, which was “stark, leafless trees, sourced from the dying forest in the Pine Barrens of New Jersey”.  It was meant to inspire reflection and climate action.  Amazing.

So now, whenever I or the families look back at those family photos, we can be reminded of that art installation and it’s meaning.  I dig it.  Turns out the art exhibit is already down and the wood has been donated but these families, some of the coolest I know!) will have a piece of it to reflect on forever.

Speaking of some of the coolest families I know, I loved seeing these adorable families and spending a little time with them.  They showed up and showed out for their minis and we captured some really great family photos!

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