A girl and her horse {Morris County Seniors Photographer}

Behind my shoulder I heard her say – she had a little bit of a crack in her voice, “Oh honey, you look beautiful”. Then I knew. Like all moms know. I knew  she was looking at her in awe not quite believing that she raised this amazing girl. I also knew there was a  bittersweet feeling. Lauren was growing up. It happened so quickly.

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And then in front of me stood Lauren, sparkling eyes, styled head to toe, flowers in hair and giggling because JD, the horse, was chomping on a bunch of flowers.  It was that magic turning point during a photoshoot when she forgets that anyone is around her; feeling free and knowing that she looks incredible.

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The sun started slipping between the trees and it was time for “the skirt”. Now it was time to really get lost in the moment.  So we did.

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Not a bad way for a teenage girl to end her day…OR for a seniors photographer, for that matter;)

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Want to know  why I always ask “my girls” to spin? Take a look here.

 

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