Family | Lindenbaum, De Lange & Ouma’s and Oupa

“They… threw themselves into the interests of the rest, but each plowed his or her own furrow. Their thoughts, their little passions and hopes and desires, all ran along separate lines. Family life is like this — animated, but collateral. “~Rose Macaulay

It was such fun doing this extended family session, and boy did these boys make me work hard. I had a couple of the family members helping out with dancing and funny faces which I will definitely recruit for my next session. Anè always a joy meeting up with you for a quick get to getter.

Hope you guys love these as much as I do.

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