It felt just like home, pulling into the driveway packed full of cars. It felt like I’d known them all along. Like we weren’t just meeting for the first time.
As the whole family gathered for Anna’s senior session to help with props, horses, moral supportI met her grand mother, mother, father, brother– and left wishing I could see them again. Wishing that I’d known them my whole life.
So splitting Anna’s session into two parts is definitely going to work to my advantage and I’m grateful I will get to spend another day with Anna and her family when we go downtown later this week.
Yesterday, we met at their family farm. A beautiful place– surrounded by woodlands making the perfect backdrop for our session. The wind was cool, the sun painted golden rays across the fields and the horses grazed while we took photos.
Friends, it just doesn’t get any better than that. A beautiful place. A beautiful girl (inside and out). A beautiful family.
This right here is why I love what I do. The people I meet. The places I see. And the new friends I make.
To Anna’s family: Thank you so much for allowing me to spend time with you yesterday. I am so grateful to you, your kindness, and the opportunity to photograph your daughter.
And to Anna: In spending a mere hour and a half together yesterday, I quickly learned that you are a very talented young woman. I know God has great plans for you! I’m so thankful for the opportunity to spend time with you and your sweet, sweet spirit. Thank you so much for the honor of telling your story.
Anna’s brother hopped in a few: