I have mixed and emotional feelings as I post these pictures, because I feel like there’s no way that Morgan can be heading towards senior year! It feels like it was just yesterday when she was a little girl, and here she is, gorgeous and mature. Her family own a nursery/greenhouse and so it was only fitting for her to do her senior session with the beautiful blossoms of Spring. I was so excited as we planned her session, brainstorming how to best highlight her accomplishments and passions. Sadly, many seniors don’t take advantage of the spring blossoms because of the craziness of the end of a school year. I totally understand given the hectic schedules that often come with wrapping up your junior or senior year, but I hope these inspire you to book in this gorgeous season!
When Morgan and I planned the session, we thought the weather was going to give us a little bit of a break, but it never did, so we sandwiched this session between several days of rain. We may have been a bit chilly, but the beauty after the rain was well worth it! Morgan is going to be part of the Class of 2020, and my first senior from her graduating class. I am thrilled to have kicked off a new Class with this amazing young lady.
Elba is one of the prettiest places around, in my biased opinion, but it’s also home to many locations that range from urban to country. This means that no matter what you have in mind for your senior shoot, we can make it happen! I always consult with my junior and senior clients and their families, in order to provide them with exactly what they are wanting or needing, and I’m happy to provide suggestions if they aren’t sure what that may be. Congratulations, Morgan! You are a delight, and I can’t wait to watch you blossom in your future.