San Francisco Family Photography | Janowyn’s Domain

The park at Alamo Square in San Francisco is picturesque.  And well photographed.  Not to mention well known. Which is why I was thrilled to do a family photography session there!

But when Janowyn and her family hit the park, it takes on a whole new story.  No longer is Alamo Square simply a tourist magnet or the infamous image of San Francisco in the title sequence of “Full House” nor is it a place to stop and take in the view. Instead, it’s Janowyn’s domain!  She rules the playground equipment and confidently conquers all of it’s challenges.  She runs in the grass with her daddy and even stops to smell the flowers & follow the birds.  Now that she’s a big sister, sleeping in a toddler bed, and working on potty training, I would say that she has earned the right to redefine Alamo Square into her domain.

I had the honor of photographing Janyown, her family, and her new baby brother late last week.  I think the pictures say it all!  This little two year old is fantastically energetic – and so loving to her baby brother that it makes you smile.  And run really fast with the camera!  Take a look at their family pictures:

A swing overlooking downtown San Francisco. How lucky can you get?!

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There is no where as tall as on Daddy’s shoulders!

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A sweet moment with mom…

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I love this moment – but I love the Alamo Square hint in the background, too.:)

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Sibling love.:)

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Thanks guys for a great day!  Enjoy your pictures!!

If you’re reading and would like me to photograph your family in San Francisco or Alamo Square, just drop me a line!

Sara

July 6, 2009 - 6:23 pm

Shaunie Friday - Love the one of her reaching for the treetops! So cute!

July 6, 2009 - 8:04 pm

Jessica Hanaumi - My favorites are of the family on the sofa by the window…just lovely!

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