Wildflower Portraits Flower Mound, Jennifer photographs children, families, & seniors throughout DFW including Coppell, Argyle, Southlake, and Colleyville.
Photographing siblings is rewarding. Capturing the bond between them is so important. In a quick time, you observe the dynamics between them like which ones have the special link amongst each other. Currently, these photos are most important to the parents. One day, these children will grow up and look at the images with a special joy. They will perhaps, have a spark of childhood memories about growing up together.
The dresses worn by the older girls are from the the complimentary closet. Be sure to check it out!
Jennifer Carley Photography serves the Dallas Fort Worth metroplex. Photographing maternity, children, families, and seniors are her specialty!
Tips for wildflower portraits. Remember, we are in nature. We must be aware of that and prepare!
- use bug spray when you arrive
- consider wearing boots if children are sensitive to grass
- do not trample the flowers- this prevents them from seeding and hinders the following year’s blooms
- be mindful of where you step
- enjoy nature’s beauty
- take an allergy medication before arriving (if you are sensitive)
- be prepared to see grasshoppers or other little insects
Did you know?
More than 5,000 species of wildflowers along with native grasses flourish along our state’s roadsides, thanks to nature and attention from TxDOT.
TxDOT’s wildflower program not only helps our highways look good but also reduces the cost of maintenance and labor by encouraging the growth of native species that need less mowing and care.
Maintenance techniques used to encourage wildflower growth include safety, or strip mowing which allows the wildflowers to bloom and native grasses to emerge.
TxDOT buys and sows about 30,000 pounds of wildflower seed each year. The peak wildflower blooming season draws tourists from all across the nation to see the color unfold each spring.