May 25 Mini Sessions Benefiting The Salvation Army

Find out more info and book online HERE:  http://capturesbyerin.bookmonline.com/schedules

Last night, my family and I stayed glued to the news watching in horror as reports of tornadoes – 10 of them – ripped through Hood County.  The results were catastrophic.  As of this morning, 6 dead, 14 missing, and over 50 injured.  Not to mention, homes and businesses demolished leaving many homeless and faced with the daunting task of clean up and the hundreds of other tasks that most of us cannot even begin to imagine.  As I sit here in my dry, cozy home, drinking my warm coffee and nibbling at my egg whites, feeling relieved that my new plants were not damaged by hail…  What a contrast.  Very humbling indeed.

After doing a bit of research, I discovered the organization providing a significant amount of disaster relief to Granbury is The Salvation Army of Dallas Fort Worth.  They are there now providing meals, spiritual, and emotional support to those first responders and those affected by the storms.  http://blog.salvationarmyusa.org/2013/05/16/salvation-army-serving-north-texas-following-deadly-tornadoes/  The also provided significant aid for the tragic explosion in West, TX.

How can I help?  How can YOU help?  Captures by Erin would like to host a 20 minute studio Essentials session date for Saturday, May 25.  100% of proceeds will go to The Salvation Army.  Appointments are necessary and due to the time and space constraints ideal for a child, couple, or well behaved pet.  The Creative Fee to book is $50 with print collections beginning at $175.  There is no theme.  Just an incredible opportunity to give back.

Find out more info and book online HERE:  http://capturesbyerin.bookmonline.com/schedules

Once per month we hold an Essentials by Erin mini session date on a Saturday which creates a special opportunity to take advantage of a short session with less expensive print collections.  Last month, photography took place in a field of long grasses and flowers.  The wind was completely out of control with 35 mph wind gusts but the families were all so fun loving and easy going about it, it really was so much fun.  Too many favorites to count but here are a few to share.

Family Portrait in Field in Fort WorthArtistic family photography in outdoor locationfort worth outdoor photograph

 

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