I bet you wondered why this post was named “The Magnificent Seven!” To tell you the truth, I was trying to come up with a name for the video when I created it (scroll down to see it) and my dear hubby said something like: “Why don’t you name it The Magnificent Seven? You know, like the movie!” Of course, I had no clue what movie he was talking abut so I had to google it and saw it was a 60′ oldie, but great. Now, I won’t say that my hubby is an “oldie”, God forbid! Haha! But he is from the “radio tape and floppy disk” generation 🙂 I’m somewhere in between that and disappearance of those two mentioned above.
So I give you The Magnificent Seven aka the Wan family aka the largest family I shot so far. We did their family session in Edgemont Ravine, when the beautiful, golden dandelions were still in full bloom. The kids were so fun to work with! They had a blast blowing bubble and playing hide n’ seek in the tall grass.
What I most admired about this family was the connection the siblings share. It’s amazing to watch them interact with one another, to see how different they all are, but how they know what each of them needs. And how they give that without even thinking. Huge *thumbs up* for the parents, for raising such a great family.
You can see more photos in this video.
A big “Thank you!” goes to The Piano Guys for letting me use their great music for this video. Check out their Youtube channel for awesome music and stunning videos.
Peace and Love,