When Grace contacted me about setting up a senior session, all she asked for were pictures of her reading her bible on a quilt. That request made my heart so happy, and I was glad we could finally take her pictures this past Sunday. She said she didn’t care where the session was, so I suggested the option of having it at my farm. I knew that the local nature preserves were still changing from winter to spring, but my house looked like summer already (perks of Bradford Pears). All of these pictures were nothing short of light, airy, and beautiful.
A cold front decided to move in for our Sunday afternoon session even though it was seventy degrees on Saturday. Grace said she had already picked out her outfit and was going to stick with it through the cold wind. Luckily, we had radiant sunlight that helped these pictures have a beautiful glow. You would never know it was close to freezing just by looking at these pictures!
This session was extra special to me because I got to see one of my old cheer friends. I had the pleasure of cheering with Grace for two years. What I love most about her is that she is always prepared no matter the situation. If you needed anything, you always went to her first. We called her “Momma Grace,” and I still call her that sometimes. So, thank you Grace for letting me take your senior portraits. I’m glad you chose to stick with your spring outfit even in forty degree weather!!
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