Sydney Milliner, Class of 2017 | Magic Kingdom Senior Session

It was a perfect day. The bright sun shone upon the Magic Kingdom, unobstructed by pesky clouds, and a breeze made its way through the park, taking a bit of the heat away from the toasty Florida fall afternoon. One could have never guessed a hurricane passed over the same place the day prior. I met up with Sydney right outside the train station, and we began the session. We walked through Town Square and onto Main Street, finding tucked away spots away from the crowds, snapping and chatting all the while, with the faint sound of the castle stage show wafting through the classic big band music.

Sydney and I are both Disney fans and we talked about the exciting changes the parks had undergone since her last visit two years ago, her carefully planned and fun-packed schedule for the week, and the best things to do during Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party. The trick-or-treating is a must, because the party candy is top-notch. Besides Disney, Sydney is into basketball and softball, and she looks forward to graduating in the spring and starting on a new adventure. Dusk approached, the Main Street lights came on, and we headed through the castle to the carousel to capture a few more magical images. Sydney, I had such an amazing time on your session and wish you all the best!

Enjoy the images.

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Have a wonderful Monday, friends.

“That’s the real trouble with the world. Too many people grow up.”
-Walt Disney

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