I love photography. I love senior photography especially, and this session was amazing! This senior had the b.e.s.t idea - she wanted senior portraits in the snow! We started waiting for snow sometime in the beginning of December, but if you live here, you know that we never really got any snow. (Actually that's not true, it did snow enough once, the week before Christmas when my family had the stomach flu, but I just couldn't get myself to set up a session that day...) Anyway, when it became clear that we weren't going to get a good chance for snow, we set up a day to drive to the back side of the mountains and had a blast wandering around the park in the snow.
It actually wasn't too cold - we were glad we waited until the end of February because it was mostly pretty mild. And the light was so beautiful! Snow is good for that.
We did sink into the snow pretty good. :) When we had the viewing session we were laughing about how her feet did not show at all for a lot of these - it didn't matter what shoes she had on.
I loved the scarf - I really like the color splash here.
We got her pretty freezing when she sat down in the snow (she was such a good sport). Here her dad was throwing snowballs at her. (Reminds me of how I do our family portraits... we throw stuff...)
Sometimes the sun on the leaves made the background look like fall. It was so beautiful!
I loved getting to meet her and her family - both times I have been to the East Mountains for senior portraits it has been with the nicest people! I really enjoyed getting to spend a little time with them - thanks so much!