Flower Picking and Christmas Wishes { Pyrmont Child Photographer }

Last weekend I met up with this gorgeous four year old and her mum for some photos on top of the highest point in Pyrmont.  It’s an amazing little park from which you can see the Anzac Bridge, the CBD and the Harbour Bridge. Sydney has been experiencing some amazing thunderstorms lately and this summer afternoon was no exception.  With the storm rolling in, we had a little play running around the impressive sculptures and stopping to pick some wild flowers.  I love photographing little kids and am always in awe of their energy, excitement and wonder at the world around them.  From the park in the sky we made our way to see the Pyrmont Christmas tree.  Little legs get tired so Mum obliged with a piggy back ride along the way.  The City of Sydney puts up these beautiful neighbourhood Christmas trees everywhere and they bring such joy to kids and adults alike.  You can’t help but make a Christmas wish when you pass by and Lucy was no exception. A wish full of joy, excitement, and anticipation – that is what Christmas is about.   Just after the wish the rain started so we quickly hurried home to stay safe and dry.  A perfect December afternoon.  Happy Christmas!

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I’d love to capture your little ones playing. Let’s make a date to get together

  • Kari

    I love her smile! Great moments Allison!ReplyCancel

  • bonnie

    These are so sweet and so different to see sundresses and short sleeves with Christmas light! Love it and the connection you captured.ReplyCancel

    • Thank you Bonnie. Yes – five years in and I am still not used to the summer Christmas!ReplyCancel

  • Shannon Jones

    Love the “cheese” one in front of the christmas tree. This is such a typical expression of kids!ReplyCancel

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