Category Archives: Scenic

Fall Family Pictures : Kennewick, Richland, Pasco Portraits

It’s fall!! Yay! October was made for photographers! To kick of the family portrait season I want to share this sweet little trio. I’ve been photographing him every year since he was in his mommy’s tummy! It’s such an honor getting to document a family as it grows. Each year is different as children grow […]

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Winter Farm Life : Tri-Cities, WA, Moses Lake Lifestyle Photography

This has been a winter for the record books: sub zero temperatures, endless snow, and freezing rain. When you’ve got livestock what starts out as pretty gets old really quickly. The chickens stop laying and have to stay in their coop because of the cold, frozen water needs breaking or hauled in, animals need fed […]

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Tri-Cities Child Photography: Mid Columbia Custom Fine Art Portraits

This little firecracker has a very special place in my heart. I’ve been photographing her since she was the most adorable chubby little two month old. Hard to believe that looking at her now. Every year she just dazzles me with her spirit and intelligence.  If she grows up to be an astronaut, nuclear physicist, […]

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Schedule Your Fall Family Portraits Now: Kennewick, Pasco, Richland, Moses Lake, Ephrata

Documenting childhood memories being made is my greatest blessing. Here it’s daddy and daughter star gazing during a recent family session. Have you been thinking about family portraits this fall? I’ve opened up a few Sunday spots each month before the holiday deadline! September 13, 20. October 4, 25. November 1, 8. Email sandy@summerlandphotography.com or […]

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6-Month Baby Pictures: Othello Moses Lake Portrait Photographer

Oh my! I have to admit, it doesn’t get much cuter than this little sweetheart. Not only was it a beautiful apple orchard in bloom, her grandpa’s place btw, but those pigtails just killed me with cuteness. Love this age to pieces.  

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