Showing posts from June, 2019

"All that we are, and all that we hope to be, we owe to our families."

Hi again to all my fans and blog readers! This next session was super special. It was a 3 generation family session of a local well known family. Let me start by saying that I am seriously the luckiest photographer in the world. My clients are always so magnificent to work with. That's true of my session with the Paris Family, too! I met up with them in July at Marietta Square and the weather was perfect for photo-taking. It was a crisp Saturday morning with a little bit of humidity. While the weather was fine, it was the Paris family that made this shoot such a treat. One of my passions in photography is capturing memories for future generations. The closeness of this family was amazing and I know these pictures will be enjoyed for many years to come. The Paris family consisted of the grandparents, their 3 children and their spouses and a total of 5 grand kids. Their favorite thing to do together is getting together to eat. Beach trips are also a favorite expedition for the extende…

"How wonderful life is, now you’re in the world."

There are many amazing people in this world and as a photographer I get the pleasure of meeting a lot of new and inspiring people both as clients and in my photographer community. One of my newest clients is one of those inspirational women. Just looking at her makes me want to be like her in many ways. She is an amazing woman, wife, and mother and has a heart of gold. Not only is she the mom to all her children ranging from 6 months up to 22 years but she also participates in foster care and expands her love to those who may not have someone. She is caring and thoughtful and always takes time out of her day to check on others and do service. Watching her, I can only imagine what her kids will grow up to be like because she is such an amazing example to them. I had the privilege of photographing her youngest son Easton a few weeks ago. She won one of my contest session giveaways and chose to use it towards a milestone session of her little man. He is a precious soul and is just starti…

A Rainbow of Hope After every Storm PART 1

Video interviews with our Rainbow mamas For those who don’t know what a “Rainbow baby” is, it is a child born after the parents/family has suffered a loss either in pregnancy or infancy. This new child is special and is considered the rainbow after the storm or “Trail” of losing a little one. It is never easy on a parent or even siblings to lose a child and this rainbow brings hope and renewal and a small blessing to warm their hearts.

My name is Sariah Luna, I am the owner of Reflections by Luna Photography, Mother of 5 and one angel baby and I am a rainbow mama here to tell my story as well as those of other who have gone through pregnancy/infant loss and bring more awareness to it. My son was born at 20 weeks pregnant as a stillborn in September of 2016. We found out the day of our gender ultrasound that he had passed a few weeks before. As someone who had heard of early miscarriages, I had never in my wildest dreams thought that I would lose a baby later on in pregnancy. It broke me…