Last weekend, Havelock High School’s Class of 2012 graduated. The recent graduates are off, onto the next stage in their lives. The old senior class has moved on and last year’s juniors are now top dogs at the school. Class of 2013, you are now the leaders. You are officially SENIORS!
In honor of the new class moving into the rank of senior, I spent last Saturday afternoon hanging out with one of the “new seniors”. We had a great time exploring Fort Macon and enjoying all the different looks we could capture at one location. I must say, I was a bit overwhelmed when it came time to cull through the images. I mean just look at how beautiful this senior is!
Not only was she gorgeous, but as you will be able to tell from her sneak peek images, she is quite photogenic.
This black and white image just makes me feel happy To me, I see a confident, fun, young lady. As a mom, I look at this image and feel certain that her parents probably look at it and wonder just when their little girl turned into this gorgeous woman. They probably remember the cute, little three year old girl she used to be.
During our session I had time to talk to and get to know her parents too. I loved that her family was able to be involved in the session. Mom was our stylist, providing us with choices for jewelry, clothing and shoes. And don’t leave dad out. He gave advice and feedback on our locations. I especially loved how every now and then I would hear dad’s comment about how his girl looked like she could be in a magazine. I think every little girl should have a dad that tells his little girl that Even better? I think he is totally right!
Thank you to this whole family for making my Saturday afternoon so enjoyable. It felt like I was out and about with a bunch of friends having fun. Hope you guys had a great time too!
I can’t end a post without giving you a little something to do. Let this “new” senior know which image you like the best by leaving her a comment. Let’s see if you can do a better job than I could with narrowing it down!
And, if you would like to have your own, unique, senior, photo session, just shoot me a message using that contact link at the top of the blog. I’ll get right back to you and we can begin to plan YOUR session!