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At this time of the year, we are SO busy taking family, children, and baby portraits for people to send with their Christmas cards! This lovely family came up to Taos from Espanola, and they were dressed for the season– even their dog had a Christmas sweater! A photo-shoot like this usually only takes about 45 minutes and we all have some good laughs while doing it. Call to schedule your Christmas card photos today!
It’s that time of the year! Now is the time to schedule your family portraits. Give the gift of a smile with a framed photograph, or order your Christmas and holiday cards directly through Poetic Images. Send greetings that are sure to bring joy to the receiver! Get in the spirit of the season and share your smiles today!
Gaia is nine years old and an amazing little girl! She followed her photographer’s instructions without hesitation as she smiled her way through this photography session. Gaia loves to model and dance and sing. She made this modeling portfolio for Nickelodeon as she is pursuing an acting career where she can put her talents to work!
Poetic Images been photographing this family for over six years, what a joy to have such fun people for repeat business! During your family photo session, we will take photos of the group of you as a whole, individual photos of each family member, and “couples” shots (Mom/Dad together, mom/child together, dad/child together, children together, etc). We also encourage your family to bring a change of clothing for some more dressy photographs and some more casual photos as well.
“A pow wow is a gathering of Indian Nations in a common circle of friendship.
Indian Country is made up of many tribal nations, bands, villages, and pueblos, each with their own traditional tribal beliefs and practices. A pow wow is the common fiber which draws Indian people together. It is a time for sharing with old friends and making new friends; a time for singing and dancing. It is a time for trading; trading craft goods and trading songs.” –by Richard Archuleta (taken from the Taos Pueblo website)