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Broomfield Family Pictures, Dianne and her beautiful daughters

I did these pictures of Dianne Primavera and her beautiful daughters over a month ago!  I am just now getting around to do blogs again!  They were so close to each other, I loved how they all got along!  There are so many stories about these dogs!  The bigger one used to be a guide dog that Dianne's daughter raised.  A few years after she had passed her guide dog schooling and she was a with someone, she was hit by a car and couldn't be a guide dog anymore.  Dianne's daughter agreed to take her back.  It is such a cool story!  I love how compassionate all three of them are!
 I love these of the girl's walking with their dogs.


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Broomfield Family Photos, Davindar and his beautiful family

We had some misses with setting up this sitting, I was beginning to think it might not happen, but the third time was just what we needed!  The weather was perfect and there was no wind, it was perfect!  The kids were an absolute joy and I adored how close they were to each other (there was some eye rolling, but not much.)  I love this image!  She is so sweet!







 I love these with the kids!

To check out more work, visit our website at www.nataliebeckphotography.com.  For more information on                   Weddings, Portraits, Senior Pictures, or other various photographic needs contact Natalie at                                                   720.837.5378 or Natalie@nataliebeckphotography.com.

Event Photography, Escoffier School of Culinary Arts

I love working with these guys!  It is for Escoffier School of Culinary Arts and they are a hoot!  There is a lot of joking, laughter and fun!  And one of the great perks of this photo session was that we got to visit Black Cat Farms which is the farm for the Black Cat Boulder restaurant.  Other than the cold, it was a fabulous tour and it was great to hear the chefs talk about farm to table eating.  Mmmmm!  Tasty!
 The other perk of this event (perhaps my favorite part) was a Mystery Basket competition for 16 or so Colorado High Schools.  It was a real live cooking show!  And it was fabulous to see all the High Schoolers working together and creating some of the best smelling food I have smelled at 10am in the morning!




 At the end of everything, there was an award ceremony for the Culinary Chef teachers and other people who have helped further the culinary world.  I could just hang out with these guys all the time - they really know how to eat some fabulous food!  It was at the Remb…