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York Family Portraits

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The York Family – David, Stephanie and Jadon – are friendly, familiar faces. I photographed them before in a park setting but this year we ventured out to the Ventura Pier for something different. It proved to be very successful. Where most little kids aren’t too sure about the loud, raucous ocean, Jadon couldn’t get enough and quickly got the hang of running in and running back out with the waves.

I really enjoy this family and can’t wait to watch Jadon grow up through photographs!

{Megan}

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