It was a very hot and humid day for my latest portrait session with Tannis and her family at Fort William First Nation. It was definitely worth it as it was one of the more adventurous family sessions I have had in a while. I met Tannis and her family at Mount McKay which is on the First William First Nations. It is the best view in the entire city.
We snapped a few photos in around the top of the mountain before heading down to the base. From there I hopped in Tannis’ truck with the rest of her family and we took the rough dirt road to Crescent Lake. We spent about 20 minutes there using the Lake as a backdrop. It was then off for a quick pit stop down the road at Tannis’ mothers house we captured a few more family pics.
Seeing as how everything was close by, we then went to their home to get another set of quick photos of Tannis’ dog. I can never say no to photographing any kind of animal so I was all in. Just before the shoot was over we finished up with some beautiful portraits of Tannis and her husband at his work. Luckily his boss was kind enough to give him a few minutes off to do so.
I’m very much looking forward to the next session with Tannis and her family. I had such a great time!