I visited the home of this lovely South American family when their new baby girl was 2 weeks old. They live in a picturesque village on the Roseland Peninsula, and it was such a peaceful house. We stayed in an upstairs bedroom where it was cosy and warm, watching the winter storms roll across the sea outside. It was a very relaxed morning of quiet conversation and enjoying watching this mum with her precious daughter. At the end we grabbed one of the traditional colourful rugs that was being used as a throw on the chair. These are the shawls traditionally used to carry babies, potatoes, sticks and whatever else needed transporting on the backs of the women of Bolivia, and was the perfect way to incorporate the culture of the family into the session. This is one of the advantages of doing sessions in a client's home, and I love being able to capture images that are truly meaningful to them.