March 4, 2014

Main Line Family Photographer | the 511 Family [teaser]

Family

I had the exquisite pleasure fo photographing this quirky, peppy, grooving family last week and I consider myself all the more fortunate for it! In size order, I am pleased to introduce you to Becca, Kenny, Belle (aka Queen Elsa), and Alex!

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