It’s been a yearly tradition to take portraits of our kids in the fall. It’s hard to resist the golden and rust colored foliage, the crisp air and the crunch the leaves make make when walking on them. This year we barely managed to get any images because we waited until November to take Ezra and Rochelle to a newly discovered nearby location. The challenging part was walking past a playground to said spot to get the desired images. As is the case with most kids, they were more interested in the playground than anything else. Thankfully though they have started to enjoy posing for the camera. Rochelle has poses all her own and Ezra likes looking “all handsome”. I will savor these times before they start disliking the camera. It’s bound to happen isn’t it?