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Sunny Day…Part 2

We had cats prowling, chickens scurrying, dogs sniffing, horse-tails swishing, and sunlight beaming…

all these sights and sounds were the perfect combination of background elements for this country vintage session.

Just wanted to share a few more images of the stunning Miss Molly, Senior 2013.

Even though she is not really a “country girl” at heart, she loves vintage elements.

People describe her as “artsy, funny , creative, and an ‘old soul'”. She is very outdoorsy and a great volleyball player.

If you ask me, I think she rocked this country vintage session! Those boots and sunflowers added just the right kick too.

Thank you, Molly, for allowing me to capture your loveliness amidst the backdrop of an old horse farm.

(To see the first portion of this session go here.)

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  • - Love the boots. Love all the photos.ReplyCancel

  • rochelle - Gorgeous location! Gorgeous girl! Gorgeous images! Wonderful job Carol Jean!ReplyCancel

    • Caroljean - Thanks for your sweet comments, friends! This was such a great location!ReplyCancel

  • Melinda - Beautiful girl and I just love the location!ReplyCancel

  • sarah - The sun and the little rainbow flair – I just love! She is beautiful! I am going to try and remember to get some flowers that was a wonderful idea.ReplyCancel

  • Derico Photography - Nice work! And wow, she is beautiful! I had to remind myself she was doing senior portraits… she is stunning. Well done 🙂ReplyCancel

  • donna - She is so pretty! And I love the processing on each one!ReplyCancel

  • Chantel Sutberry - Lovely location and light!!ReplyCancel

  • Missy - LOVE all of these Carol! What a beautiful young lady. The pictures are so sweet, her mom will cherish them for sure! 🙂ReplyCancel