A Senior and her Sister

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This beautiful 2016 high school senior doesn’t have to look far for her #1 fan and supporter; she simply turns to her older sister.   Both are naturally stunning, and the session went smoothly without a flaw.  Lots of laughter and smiles that lit up the springtime evening.  In her questionnaire she wrote that her main goals for our time together were:

I want to remember who I was Senior year, not just what I looked like. God is a huge part of my life and who I am, so I hope that shines through my photos. I am kind of introverted, but I do have a fun side that I would like to capture, so you will have to be patient with me. I want my photos to look natural and joyful. If it is possible to incorporate my sister into a couple photos.  She is 20 years old and we are really, really close.

Check, check, and check… I think we did it!  This coming Fall, Texas A&M will be gaining an amazing young lady and 4 years from now, when she graduates with a degree in education, there are going to be many blessed children who will have her as their teacher.  Good luck and God bless you in your journey Miss K.  I have no doubt you will accomplish everything you set your mind to.

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