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Monday, June 15, 2009

Senior Session- Lori

This session was great-- I had all sorts of extra helpers! First, thanks to my sister Melinda for working the reflector for me! She was quite the pro at getting it just how I wanted it, and it definitely shows in the images.

Lori was such a sweetheart; I had never met her before, and she was so kind and welcoming to me. It should be no surprise, though. I've gotten to know a certain brother of hers since he married my sister some years ago, and his whole family is so kind. (Plus every single one of them has these amazing eyes that they so graciously passed on to my niece and nephew...)

Lori was so relaxed, and it shows in her portraits. Her desire for her senior picture session was a more laid-back, casual feel, and the clothes she chose reflect her easygoing personality.

I had to add the last few from Lori's session: Carter and Kerigan had so much fun 'helping' their Aunt Lori and Aunt Betsy:

Carter is fascinated by trains, and thought he was pretty big stuff on the tracks:

Kerigan found this flower pinwheel in her Grandma's garden and loved holding it up in the (rather blustery) wind:

Thanks so much for going with the flow while all sorts of adorable nieces and nephews were running around with you, Lori! I thoroughly enjoyed the time with you.

"Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you have imagined."

-Henry David Thoreau


  1. AnonymousJune 16, 2009

    Beautiful photos Lori!! My favorite is the one with the yellow flowers!
    Once again Betz - They all look great.

  2. Awesome pics Lori! You look beautiful. I love the ones in the yellow followers and tall green grass. Beautiful!

  3. Love the pics and i had fun holding the reflector LOL. You look beautiful!

  4. You did an awesome job taking my little sister's senior pictures! They turned out so good -- I love the first one with BoBo and the first black and white one -- very beautiful! My last sibling to graduate from high school....it's a little sad! Glad you could take her pictures for her!