Orange County Family Photographer | 2021 Favorite Photos!

January 11, 2022  •  Leave a Comment

Hey Friends and happy 2022!  Can you believe that we are already on a new year?  2021 seemed to fly by, despite the pandemic.  Today's blog post is my absolutely favorite one to do every year - my favorite photos from the previous year (from 2021).  If you'd like to view my older favorite blog posts you can find them here: 2020, 2019, and 2018.

This blog post is my favorite for so many reasons - I get to go through all my client sessions from the previous year, and re-visit all my wonderful families! My husband always laughs at me because he says I have a "goofy smile" on my face while working on this post.  Well, that's because I can't help but remember all the great times I've had with my clients throughout the year!  It truly brings a smile to my face to revisit all the images I love so much.

Though 2020 was a tough year due to COVID, 2021 was just the opposite, and was one of (if not the most) busy I've ever been.  From the golden sands and soft breezes of the beach, to glorious wildflowers, to beautiful forests - I feel so blessed that as an Orange County Family Photographer I get to photograph in such gorgeous locations with such wonderful people. 

To my incredible clients - thank you from the bottom of my heart for trusting me to capture your family's memories.  I hope you all had as wonderful of a time with me as I have with you, and that you cherish your photos forever.  I cannot wait to see where 2022 takes us! 

Now, without further ado, grab a few chocolates and enjoy this look into my favorite images from 2021!

Thank you so much for taking a look!  If you got this far, and would like to chat about your own Orange County Family, Princess, or child Photography session, please get in touch!  I encourage everyone to have the gift of photographs that can be passed down through the generations :-).  Happy 2022 to all of you and wishing you all the best year yet!


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