Documentary Family Photography on Georgian Bay

Taking off my shoes and walking along the southern shore of Georgian Bay, minutes from home is pretty incredible. I met up with this family in the early evening and watched as a couple of somewhat shy kids tentatively approached the water.. within an hour they had leapt into ponds, bore the signs of serious frog catching, and fully submerged themselves in the lake while still in their clothes. This little stretch of beach is barely used as far as I can tell, and it remains one of my most favourite spots. It has tall grasses, muddy swamps filled with bullrushes and frogs, shallow sandy beaches and woods with trails for exploring. What more could a family photographer ask for? Tis quite a magical little place. Yes, I will come back here again and again.

Georgian Bay. Family Photography by Sarah Tacoma. Child leaping out of pond. Family Photography by Sarah Tacoma. Family walking at Georgian Bay Beach.  Family Photography by Sarah Tacoma. Boy running on the beach. Family Photography by Sarah Tacoma. Brother and Sister looking at a pond. By Family Photographer Sarah Tacoma. Family looking for frogs at pond. Family Photography by Sarah Tacoma. Brother and Sister looking at a pond. By Family Photographer Sarah Tacoma. Tall Grasses in Thornbury. Family Photography by Sarah Tacoma. Family playing, swinging kids by the arms. Family Photography by Sarah Tacoma. Family at Thornbury Beach. Family Photography by Sarah Tacoma. Sandy kids hands. Family Photography by Sarah Tacoma. Girl looking out at water. Family Photography by Sarah Tacoma. Boy in the lake. Family Photography by Sarah Tacoma. Child picking up sand. Family Photography by Sarah Tacoma. child throwning sand on his legs. Family Photography by Sarah Tacoma. Kids playing in the sand. Family Photography by Sarah Tacoma.

Siblings in Georgian Bay together. Family Photography by Sarah Tacoma.