Morgan family

Fort Fisher in the evening - such a beautiful place! Add a beautiful family and place them in front of our lens, and voila! Gorgeousness! :)

Harper’s on her way to see the ferry boat (closely related to the “fairy boat”)

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Love love love this tree-jumping shot. One of my favorites of the day. :)

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We did a little football-throwing…and only nearly lost it in the water once!

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Then we ran back up the hill, to the coolest tree you’ll ever see.

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It’s perfect for climbing.

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We found some pretty yellow flowers…

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And taught Eeyore the art of climbing the coolest tree eva.

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Cutter is still a perfect model, even when climbing trees. :)

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Just up the road, we found some trees and rocks to climb, and a few waves to splash our feet. Harper took a minute to rest with mom first.

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You guys are so very cute!

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Cash is such a handsome little dude - he’s also quite the model :)

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We enjoyed the warm sunshine

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And Cash enjoyed cuddles with mom :)

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And we found this cool spongey guy! We might have used him as antlers for a photo or two…just maybe.

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 Plenty of space for the kiddos to roam free, or have a seat and play in the sand, with mom & dad watching nearby.

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We really enjoyed being chased by the waves (yes, the Morgans & JAM - we all got a tad wet) :)

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Ending the day looking for sea creatures and gulls - perfection.

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Thank you guys for an incredibly fun session.  Can’t wait to show you the rest!

~JAM

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