Oh dear, this was a good one. We had to do a little driving to get to the location for Cara’s senior session but it was so worth it. Rolling fields, wildflowers, floppy hats, and beautiful sunshine. What a day.
There is so much beauty in just walking along, gathering flowers to take back home. I cherish a vase of wildflowers I gathered on a walk more than any arrangement that can be bought in a store.
Light dappling in through the slats of the barn, I could just spend a whole afternoon lounging around in hay reading a book.
And here we have the real reason we drove all the way out to this farm. The llamas. I found them to be very sweet and sensitive creatures. And a little shy.
The baby. Oh, the baby llama.We all wanted to be llama farmers by the end of the shoot.
Who doesn’t like to twirl with a beautiful dress in a garden??
Cara has such a sweet spirit, it shines right through.This light.I somehow convinced Cara we could get her up into a tree. We did. It was worth it.
The senior year of high school is like no other. So scary but so exciting to be moving on to this next stage of life!My advice: never lose that child like nature. Let it be with you as you move into adulthood, and don’t forget to still run and play in the field!Much luck Cara, but you probably don’t need it. You’re going to be amazing.