How often do you get more than two or three generations together at the same time? Not very often? When four generations are together and great grandparents are part of the mix, wouldn’t that be a fabulous time to make photographs of the occasion?
Do you have memories of your great grandparents? Will your children remember their great grandparents? In a time when it seems our families are spread far and wide across this country, and others, it is a rare occasion that we come together with multiple generations.
When you are planning your next visit with extended family, great grandparents, cousins, aunts and uncles or nieces and nephews, will you think about having photographs made of all of these special people together? Creating multi-generational photographs of all the people you love most will be a timeless memory for you to cherish.
Having tangible memories of multiple generations together in one photograph for you to hold, or a canvas on your wall, will warm your heart for decades. And then when these keepsakes are handed down through the generations, your story will be told. And that of your parents and grandparents.
Memories of how Papa Steve used to hold your son tight on his knee while patiently turning the pages of The Little Engine That Could and answering questions about why she was blue and not red, will likely bring tears to your eyes in years to come. Holding this memory in your hands will take you right back to the moment when it was happening, but your emotions will be stronger when you see the photograph as years pass.