Grace | New Hampshire Senior Portraits

On an rather frigid day in early December Grace, her mother, their five month old german shepherd pup Lucy, and I braved the 20 something blustery air to do some senior portraits. Painful biting chill aside, it was beautiful out – we had that perfect dreamy backlighting that I just adore. It was December and there wasn’t any snow yet and all the leaves were gone but I cannot stress enough how much I love this look. I will tell clients over and over and over that we don’t need lush greenery or bold bright autumn leaves to make beautiful images. This is my FAVORITE time of year – between the vivid autumn and quiet calm of the snow – when everything is gentle and only a few shades of brown leaves are left adorning the trees providing us with that perfect warm tone. So please, book sessions with me late fall and I promise I will find those special spots that are truly beautiful this time of year that most others dismiss as ugly {because it is anything but}. I think we did wonderfully and Grace valiantly braved the temps without a coat {meanwhile I had leggings, jeans, three shirts, and a down jacket and was frozen} and she looked fantastic and happy doing it. We even tried to get a few shots in with Lucy, which wasn’t very successful at first, but eventually we got what we were hoping for {and some sweet shots from the attempts that I happened to love a whole heap}.

Thanks Grace, Donna, and Lucy for braving the cold with me!

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