Favourite Wairarapa Father's Day Photos 2020


Dad Steve helping Spencer find the funny side at Mt Holdsworth


To celebrate Fathers' Day 2020, I thought I'd share some of my favourite family photos featuring Dad, Step-Dads, Father-Figures and Granddads with their tamariki, from the Wairarapa.


Father's Day is even more meaningful for me this year as we've become parents! My husband Ben is the most incredible father to our growing, happy and adventurous son.


I also remember my father who passed away when I was little. One of my most cherished photos of him and I is of us kayaking on holiday. Always adventuring!


I hope you enjoy these precious family moments as much as I did capturing them. Father's Day is a poignant reminder of the importance of family and preserving memories for future generations. One of the ways to do this is through photos. Printed, framed photos on the wall to remind you every day how much love exists.


I'm Sarah: I provide outdoorsy families who want to avoid fake poses, with documentary-style photos in the Wairarapa and Palmerston North, that can be passed down the generations.

I photograph families at all ages and stages: maternity, newborns at home or in the natural environment, families with babies, toddlers, tweens, teens, the young at heart, parents, grandparents even fur babies!


If you like these Wairarapa family photos, please feel free to check out more on my Lucalia Photography website.


Playing around in Carrington Park, Carterton


Piggy backs anyone?!


Granddad Algie with his fur-child at Castlepoint Beach


A wet-weather walk with awesome clouds, massive puddles and Dad


David and Natalie discovering bugs by the river at Kiriwhakapapa


It was a busy morning (and chilly, early start to catch the golden light!) at Carrington Park


Jasper's first river paddle was followed by Dad hugs at the end of Underhill Road, Featherston


Dad helps Makenzie get a better view into the tree canopy at Fensham Reserve


The natural hugs at the very end of portrait sessions are always the best. Guaranteed!


Owen waits patiently for his wet-weather picnic at Carter Scenic Reserve


Like father like sons: encouraging the crazy climbing at Queen Elizabeth Park, Masterton


One of my favourite photos of my Dad and I. Circa ~1988.


My husband Ben helping our baby Nicholas discover the intricacies of organic farming.


I'm Sarah: I provide outdoorsy families who want to avoid fake poses, with documentary-style photos in the Wairarapa and Palmerston North, that can be passed down the generations.

I photograph families at all ages and stages: maternity, newborns at home or in the natural environment, families with babies, toddlers, tweens, teens, the young at heart, parents, grandparents even fur babies!


If you like these Wairarapa family photos, please feel free to check out more on my Lucalia Photography website.


Lots of love, Sarah xx

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