All throughout her youth, Olivia’s grandparents owned a vacation home near Grand Lake so she spent a great deal of time there. Since their house is now being sold, she really wanted to do her senior session in the area to give her one more happy and lasting memory of Grand Lake. Olivia, her mom, and I drove up and a Saturday afternoon in October to her grandparents house, took some photos around the property and then went in to town for dinner. The next morning we hung out by the lake and took a few more before getting some breakfast and heading home. I don’t usually get to spend quite so much time with my seniors so it was such a pleasure to get this opportunity. And I love  photographing someone in a location that has such a connection for them. The whole experience was wonderful!

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This young lady loves to bake and may become a pastry chef in the future. If she moves to England, maybe we’ll see her on the Great British Baking Show! She is fun and creative and driven so it wouldn’t surprise me if we do. :) She is also sweet (no pun intended) and easy to hang out with. Zoe is off to the University of British Columbia next fall and I’m ever so slightly jealous because Vancouver is such a cool place to be. Best of luck, Zoe!

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This carefree and laid back girl is also kind, outgoing, and driven. Throughout her junior and senior year, she has been taking classes at the local community college. Wow, talk about someone eager for her future! Madison, don’t start adulting too soon and enjoy your youth! :)

We had a bit of excitement at the end of our photo shoot when Madison’s mom suddenly exclaimed after spotting a bear intently watching us. Yikes! We stayed absolutely still and I slowly pointed my camera at him (her?) before he turned around and ran off. Photo session over!

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A friend of Miriam’s described her as “A little bit crazy, but very nice, funny, and talented.” What a perfect description! I would also describe her as super easy-going since we nearly got caught in a crazy wind and rain storm and she took it all in stride. It was such a pleasure to spend time with you, Miriam! Go kick some butt on the stage of your future!

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