Did you know I photograph older children too? Miss Abigail started middle school this year so we decided it was time to get some updated photos to show off her journey to being an almost teenager. *Gulp*
I've known Abby since the day she was born. I'm her aunt! It's been a pleasure (and quite the journey!) watching her grow up into a sassy little lady. I remember watching Dora reruns with her over and over as a baby. Rocking her to sleep, keepin' it real with her, spoiling her and watching her become a big sister twice. A lot of people think we look alike, especially when we both wear our glasses.
I picked her up last week and we headed to Homestead Park in Hilliard, Ohio. I really wanted to capture her laughter and innocence among the wildflowers at sunset. I helped her apply a little make up (shh!) and we were all set!
There is something magical about photographing someone alone. No distractions. No parents. Just real. Me and you.
Could she look any more like a senior here? That pose.
Here come the giggles...
I love LOVE this photo. Her lashes are so long and that smile is infectious. I love moments when no one is looking. When a child is simply being themselves.
I normally love color for outdoor portaits, but her this next one begged to be in black and white. It brings out her freckles so perfectly.
Dear Abby, don't grow up too fast. Run. Play. Lift up other girls and empower one another. Remember who and what is important. Be humble. Say your prayers. And most importantly... remember that Aunt Sarah is your favorite! ;)
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