Paul, went along with the dress code and had a pretty good attitude. Michelle told him that a willingness to be photographed was on her list of qualifications for a husband.
The photo props were carried out and gotten ready.
Then we had to wait for our guest photographer to arrive.
Elizabeth waited in comfort.
The larger props, also known as chairs, came out on the ATV.
Everybody had a coordinating outfit.
We were in danger of constant photo bombing from the dog and the chickens.
We did end up with some nice pictures.
Even the turkeys came along to photobomb us. It was an animal conspiracy!
Michelle directed and instructed us on how to use our props and where to stand so as to make a visually attractive picture.
We tried the often attempted 'jumping' pictures, with humorous results. We obviously have a leprachaun in our family.
It appears that Super Man might reside with us also.
There was much laughter and good natured rebellion as we went from one pose to the next.
We even tried the serious 'dust-bowl' era pose. It was very difficult to maintain our serious expression as our photographer was laughing himself silly.
We tried lining up forwards...
...and looking backwards.
Here is our nephew Daniel, who stopped by to visit. He lives in North Dakota. He was drafted to be our photographer and he did an excellent job.
Here are the girls. The guys split the scene as soon as the group shots were done.
Here is our photo shoot director with her dog, Dallas. Had to get his picture taken. Of course he bathed in the pond, before posing.
These are the pouty twins. LOL. The 'pot stirrers' who keep life interesting.
Michelle is encouraging her brothers to get growing! She wants them to pass her up. Thomas is getting very close. By Christmas, I am sure he will have done it!
One last rest in the living room chair as it sits in the field. Not sure how Michelle convinced the guys to haul it out there, but she did!
T-Bob and my DH figured out a comfortable way to get the leather chair back to the house. Not a bad way to travel!