June 8, 2019
Being a family photographer in the KMC area is such blessing. Especially with a castle like Burg Lichtenberg being within 30 minutes from the Kaiserslautern Military Community. There are many castles within an hour drive of this area but Lichtenberg is hands down my favorite one. Every time I go exploring around the castle grounds I find a spot and say, “This would be a perfect corner for a family.” or “This is a great backdrop for a family photo.” Let’s be honest, that’s how I am wherever I go exploring here in Germany.
When Romina and Dino’s Family showed up looking like they were straight out of a fairytale, I knew the session was going to be one of my best yet! We had beautiful lighting coming through the trees, perfect weather, and plenty entertaining conversation amongst us. What you don’t see is my husband endlessly dancing to Baby Shark in the background to get Victoria to smile lol. We shared a lot of laughs from running around the castle and in the fields to Victoria twirling around in her princess dress.
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