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Tangled Tree Photography - Gillian Penkala

Hackett's Cove, St. Margaret's Bay, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

December 9, 2018

This little sweetie and all of her gorgeous hair!! This beautiful family brought me their first precious babe 2 years ago, and I was absolutely thrilled to get the call to document their newest addition. When I arrived and saw Atticus peeking around the corner my heart literally melted, it is awesome to watch litt...

December 9, 2016

This sweet little boy! Oh my gosh, The cheeks, the hair, the adorable little pea coat, gah! I had such a great session at the studio with this gorgeous little family. After inundating Stephanie with questions regarding what she types of photos she wanted (as I am wont to do), she messaged me saying she had never h...

December 7, 2016

Another fabulous extended family session in my new favourite neighbourhood - Prospect Bay! This session was shot right down in the tiny community of Prospect Village, where charming houses with picket fences are right on the road, the lanes are named after local families, lobster pots and fish stores line the wate...

November 27, 2016

So often these days I am doing extended family or multi-family shoots, I just love seeing happy families together:). Little miss Abby obviously had this whole family wrapped around her sweet, chubby little finger, she is one lucky girl to be adored by so many! I am always so pumped to have the most laid-back, wond...

November 24, 2016

When I hear that a prospective client asked Facebook for a local photographer and resoundingly received my name, I can't help but feel all the feels - grateful and humbled and amazed, and there might even be a little tiny part of me that wants to go jump up and down on the bed for a minute or two (ahem, I may or m...

November 22, 2016

The Bluff trail has been so good to me this year, showing off some of the most glorious fall colours. And this sweet family has been soooo good to me as well, this is the third time I have had the honour of photographing them! I first met them well over a year ago, while miss Helen was still cozied up in her gorge...

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