My family went on a trip to Chaco Culture Center this last spring break. Ever since then I've had these ideas in my head with Chaco, a girl, and a tiger.
My daughter - of course - was thrilled to help. She loves creative photography (or any photography).
We had such a fun time "interacting" with the tiger.
(It goes without saying that we did not actually stand on any walls or in any windows at Chaco Culture Center.)
That said, one of my favorite things about Chaco is that you can explore the ruins. I especially love the doorways in Pueblo Bonito.
I am always running into people who have lived in New Mexico for years and never been to Chaco. I think it's one of the most fascinating places in the state. If you'd like more information on this location the National Parks website is here.
I feel like it's important for me to keep a personal project going, at least on the back burner if I'm really busy. They tend to take a couple of months to get to a point where I feel like I can share. But it gives me something to work through mentally and I know it helps my portrait sessions as well when I have lots of ideas in my head.
If you have a child with a big imagination, or you have one yourself! - you both might absolutely
love a creative children's session. Any idea that piques your child's imagination would give them memories - and you artwork -
that you will both treasure.
Give me a call or email, and we can talk about a session for your family. You can see some other examples of creative children's photography here.