Maternity Photography

Winter Maternity Session on the Burlington Waterfront // Kathleen & Taylor

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Kathleen and Taylor’s winter maternity session on the Burlington Waterfront was gorgeous—from the perfect sunset to the warm (for VT) weather.

You know when you connect with someone quickly and easily? That is exactly how it was when Kathleen and I started texting to figure out where and when we wanted to capture their maternity session. Life can get unpredictable… so we played it by ear, waited on the weather, and got extremely lucky that the date that worked for both of us also delivered a sunset like this!

Add 40ish-degree weather in the middle of March and it made for one of my favorite sessions yet. Enjoy the images below and view the full gallery HERE.

On The Water

Between The Buildings

I love a little contrast in a final gallery. So, as we started walking from our original location on the waterfront to the pier, we had to stop in front of this purple and red wall. Then, I made them walk super slowly (and back and forth a few times) to capture the brick buildings that are so iconic to the Burlington Waterfront.

Winter Maternity Session On Pier

The pier was the real draw for Kathleen when we decided to head to the waterfront for our winter maternity session. We were lucky and had it mostly to ourselves!

This winter maternity session married the perfect couple, location and timing. This was an especially fun shooting experience since during the time of this shoot (and writing this post!) I am also pregnant, due just about a month after Kathleen!

As my husband and I get closer to welcoming a son into our lives, I am shifting gears away from larger weddings to more family, newborn, and maternity sessions. You can learn more about booking your own session HERE.

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