Allie | Florida Senior Session | Class of 2017

Allie’s senior session was golden, beautiful, and fun, and started off with an unexpected breeze. It was a bright and sunshiney day in Florida as we both pulled up to our first location. Allie had giant balloons that spelled 2017, beautiful outfits, and a bright, spunky personality: a recipe for a fantastic session. As we were getting ready to head into the field, a rogue breeze wafted through and snatched an un-anchored “0” balloon from her car, and away it went: over the trees and pastures, calmly shining while we were left with 217. Luckily, Allie is a go-with-the-flow gal and she laughed it off, thankful we were left with 17, which still worked beautifully. We tromped through bushes and grass, chatting about life, work, and school, all while trying to keep the giant balloons under control and tied onto their anchors. The balloons stayed tied, and we had an amazing shoot.

Allie is an animal lover and when she first contacted me about a senior session, she asked if she could bring her two golden retrievers along to her second location- I said yes immediately and love the images we captured with them. Bora Bora is her dream travel destination, and between work and school you’ll probably find her dancing and singing in her car. After graduation, Allie will head off to college to pursue a degree in Physical Therapy. Allie, your contagious laugh and fun personality made this shoot absolutely beautiful and it’s one of my new favorites. I wish you all the best in all you set out to accomplish!

Enjoy the images.

Have a fantastic rest of your week, friends.

Quote of the day: “Laughter is the shortest distance between two people.
-Victor Borge

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