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Breely was such a delight to work during her senior bluebonnets session. She strikes me as smart and sensible, but also a lot of fun to be around. While we captured the majority of her senior session photos at the Grapevine Vintage Railroad Station, we spent a little time in a lovely Bluebonnet field as Read more ..
Two words can be used t0 describe my attempt with Sawyer at 2014 Texas Bluebonnets photos: Epic & Fail. I learned last week that the one thing he detests worse than a camera in his face is bluebonnets around his legs. Truly, he is his mother’s child. The thing is, if you look at this Read more ..
Bluebonnets are a relatively new phenomenon to me. When I first moved to Texas 13 years ago, I didn’t quite get why people went nuts every spring over blue flowering weeds growing by the highway. I mean, they are weeds, right? But the longer I’ve lived here, the more they’ve grown on me (no pun intended), and the more I’ve realized that they are kinda a big deal. Why? (more…)