so pretty much i am winding down my photo sessions, just finishing up those few i had promised folks way back. i'm sure i'll still be snapping like a (snapping) turtle in africa, but this fall is the end of an era and that's a wee bit sad.
i've gotten to photograph SO MANY gorgeous people. it's unfair, really. :)
saturday was quite likely my last senior session, and my but we had some rolicking times. hannah has been dear to my heart since practically 1962, and i'm not going to do her justice here, but she's got brains and talent and humor and compassion and i'd really like to hang out with her for the rest of my life.
i'm about halfway through editing her photos, but i know how hard it is to wait to see SOMEthing, anything really, so i promised her a sneak peek from the first half of the session.
while we were shooting we had this mindlink going on, which was super efficient, because i'd start to suggest something and she'd already be moving to do it. so mostly i said a lot of: why don't you try putting--oh perfect! exactly. it was great.
at the end of the day, we were both frozen and scooting off quick from some scary wedding party people. and i told her she was so perfectly hannah, which, when i think about it, is the best kind of compliment in my book.
i hope you have the bestest senior year, hannah. i'm itching to see how God will continue to weave your life into His beautiful story of redemption. stay humble and brave and hungry for Christ.
you really are so perfectly hannah.
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