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Hurry! Fall Family Sessions filling up fast!

It’s that time of year again…a chill in the air, the golden shimmer of leaves changing, pumpkin carving and family portraits! This time of year is so nostalgic and it’s a wonderful excuse to capture new portraits for Christmas cards, a new gallery wrap on your living room wall or presents for your family and friends.

Here at Art & Soul Photography we’re gearing up for our 2nd Annual Fall Family Portrait Special. The session times are filling up fast and we don’t want you to miss out on the opportunity to experience high quality family portraiture at a special price. Sessions are only $50 and we are excited to offer you 4 exciting locations in 2 of my favorite cities: Columbia, Missouri and Kansas City.

October 22, 2011:

Peach Tree Farm located just 20 minutes west of downtown Columbia (right off of i-70) offers a pick-your-own pumpkin patch, hayrides, a straw maze, and a petting zoo with sheep, goats, donkeys, pigs, ducks, turkeys, chickens and bunnies. Admission is $5 per person and I would recommend coming out a little early or staying after your session to enjoy some of these fun activities with your whole family.

October 23, 2011:

Stephens Lake Park is located just minutes from downtown Columbia on East Broadway. It offers a beautiful lake, fields, a walking path, mature trees, and an island which all offer wonderful opportunities for family portraits. These is the only available session left this Sunday. It’s from 3:10-3:40om. Call today to book that time slot.

October 28, 2011:

Loose Park is located minutes from The Plaza in Kansas City, MO. It’s a beautiful park with an amazing circular rose garden, fountains, a lake with several bridges, open grassy lawns, and so much more. I definitely have a special connection to this park because it’s where my husband proposed to me. Let’s just say, I love being there!

October 29, 2011:

Antioch Park is located in Merriam, Kansas several miles from where I grew up. I remember going there as a child and I’m so happy that it’s still a really wonderful place to take kids and enjoy nature. It has a lake with several unique bridges, geese that are tame enough to ask for bread, an amazing playground, a little “town” with kid-sized buildings (still a winner), mature trees, catch and release fishing and so much more.

I’m hoping one of these wonderful locations will work for you and your family one of the next two weekends. Call and schedule your session today!

Also, check out a blog written by Jesse Bodine, one of my most fabulous customers for some really wonderful fall family outfit ideas here.

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