The sunlight shined down through the trees at the Minnetrista! The light caught the glass of my camera lens, and left a beautiful orange flare on the photos. The Driscoll family, three generations of them, held hands and walked along a path together. They were smiling and laughing the whole time! I had so much fun capturing this Muncie family photography with the Driscolls!
Did you love this Muncie Family photography?
If you loved the photos in this blog post, then check out some of our other recent shoots!
Firstly, check out this adorable family photo session with the Johnson family at Newfields! I just love shooting at Newfields! The gardens and art around the Indianapolis Museum of Art are so beautiful and inspiring! It was so much fun to capture this amazing family, the parents, the kids, and all of the kids significant others! I love how fully this family has embraced each other.
Also, check out this sweet family photo session with the Hoovers at the Virginia B. Fairbanks Art and Nature Park: 100 Acres! The Hoovers are friends from college! It was great to get to spend an afternoon catching up with them and talking about where life has lead both of our families! Plus, this was the first time I got to see their adorable boys play together! Little kids playing together (and hugging and holding hands) is so sweet to witness. There is so much love in this family!
Lastly, check out this cute family photo session with the De La Vega family at their home, just outside of Muncie! I always love driving back to Muncie for shoots, because it always feels like home. Muncie is such a great community. The De La Vega family was adorable with the way the interacted with their daughter and read books! This shoot gives me all the feels!
If you loved the photos from the Driscoll family photo session above, then check out the Minnetrista! The Minnetrista is a park and museum in Muncie that is absolutely gorgeous! While you are there checking it out, consider booking a shoot with me! I would love to capture your amazing family at the Minnetrista!