It's All About the Pups at Sequoyah Hills Park!
It's All About the Pups at Sequoyah Hills Park in Knoxville, TN; a Lifestyle Photography Session with Sweetest Moments Photography
This photo is one of my favorite images from a pet-friendly photography session that was captured at Sequoyah Hills Park here in Knoxville, TN! This sweet couple wanted to have their photos taken together as a couple and bring their sweet pups to the session as well and I don't think it could have been more perfect!
I get asked often if pets are welcome at my lifestyle family photography sessions; my answer is always YES! Pets to me are not only "pets," but they are an important part of a family and deserve to be documented as such!
When we were deciding on a location, we chose Sequoyah Hills Park because it is a great location when it comes to going pet-friendly! This park is right on the water and has a beautiful open grass area where dogs can be off leash if you prefer! It's a great place to throw down a blanket, get the family together, and give the pups some extra love! The best time to shoot here is about 1-2 hours before sunset! I always remind family's not to forget to bring some doggy treats, toys, and poop bags for your fur babies!
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All images were taken at Sequoyah Hills Park in Knoxville, TN by lifestyle family photographer Hannah Bucklin, owner/photographer of Sweetest Moments Photography in Knoxville, TN. Sweetest Moments Photography specializes in lifestyle family, newborn, maternity, and milestone sessions in Knoxville, TN and surrounding areas.