I met Lulu's mum Vicky at the dog lovers show in November. It didn't take her long at all to book her session in. You see, she adores Lulu, and told me she has 1000's of photos of just Lulu, but none of them together. This is something that I understand very well, so much so that I have had two professional photoshoots in the last few years to capture me with my pets. Something that is a bit difficult to do on your own.
So the main focus for Lulu's session, was not too many solo pictures, but to capture moments. Capture their connection. Capture Vicky and Lulu as they explore, play and adventure through New Farm Park.
We did of course get a few of Lulu doing her thing solo. Vicky brought along her favourite toys- each of which she knows by name. Even though the gorilla no longer has eyes, Lulu's love only grows stronger! Vicky said that she often lays with her head resting on gorilla, but I was a little doubtful that she would do it in such a busy location. That doubt was completely unnecessary- the second he came out, she flopped down and tucked him away under her chin.
Vicky ordered two stunning acrylic pieces for her walls, an album and some acrylic display blocks. With these, Vicky has ensured their bond is frozen in time. Forever.