Red Thread Session | Seattle Adoption Photographer | Evidence of Life Photography

There is an ancient Chinese legend that an invisible red thread connects those who are destined to meet, regardless of time, place, or circumstances. The thread may stretch or tangle, but will never break. 

It was such an honor and a joy to meet and learn about this family's journey of foster parenting to adoption and to see the overwhelming love and support of their huge circle of family, friends and supporters on their journey. So many supporters showed up to their court hearing to finally legalize the adoption that they couldn't even fit them all in the court room! And then all those families and more came out in the pouring pacific northwest rain for a huge celebration complete with pigs and goats and pony rides and Zeek's Pizza and Ben and Jerry's ice cream. Not to mention this was my first time at the Fox Hollow Farms animal sanctuary which provided a fun and gorgeous backdrop to this joyous event. I am still just thrilled to be able to be part of everything.





















































Fox Hollow Farm in Issaquah is a beautiful family-owned and operated animal sanctuary whose motto is "animals are our friends, not food." They are open to the public most days for families to come in, play, and meet the animals. Learn more on their website at: http://www.foxhollowfamilyfarm.com/#!faq/cnvo

This was a Red Thread Session. Red Thread is a community of photographers who donate their time and talent for families of newly adopted children. Learn more at: http://www.redthreadsessions.com/ 



Heather Reis Fike is owner and one of the photographer sisters behind Evidence of Life Photography. Inspired by all aspects of what it means to be human, our photography crosses the spectrum of maternity and babies to children, seniors, families, weddings, musicians, artists and performers. We are inspired by what makes you YOU.  Inspired by what you see here? Send us an inquiry or learn more about our approach to portrait and wedding photography.

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  1. These are such sweet beautiful photos. The forever one of their hands made me tear up, same with the ones of them laying on the blanket! You do such a great job catching the essence of peoples lives

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