I’ve know Gwen for a few years now. Her sister, Izzy, dances with my daughter, and that’s how I’ve gotten to know her. She is a hard worker and keeps her plate full! She is an honor roll student, works part time at a coffee shop, babysits on most free nights, and even directed her school play…. […]
Gwen had two sessions for her senior package. For the first one, we went to an old homestead dating back to 1895. An old corral was still standing and a brick silo that made me think of the Disney movie Tangled. It was photographers dream! A nice old pickup was on the property that we got some cool refection pictures with. Gwen’s dad, Dave, brought a weed eater and was clearing areas out so we could get in for the pictures; it was a team effort for sure and just another example of what an awesome family they have! Gwen was the perfect model and up for anything…climbing into a silo, jumping into old windows, and walking through tall weeds with sandals on.For the second session, Gwen knew she wanted to go to the Trenton river bottoms. She wanted to have the fall foliage, but Mother Nature had other plans. It became cold early and we lost all the leaves in two weeks it seems. I tried to reschedule to get them earlier but our schedules and rain had other plans. The location was still beautiful. The trees lining the dirt road make a perfect natural frame. Gwen’s mom, Jen, mentioned that they hadn’t taken family pictures since the girls were little, so I also had the pleasure of getting some new ones! If you’ve followed my senior blogs before you know I include a questionnaire so you can get to know them better! Here’s a peak into Gwen’s life!
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