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Updated: Jul 21, 2021

I have been dreaming about this session from the moment I found out about it. I told my husband at least 100 times how much I was looking forward to it. Then when it was delayed a week due to rain, I told him about another 100 times

Why all the hype?

Well as you scroll, you’ll very quickly realize how incredibly beautiful Hallie is. I’m not gonna lie, having those big brown eyes in front of my camera was definitely something to be excited about, BUT the real reason I couldn’t wait to do Miss Hallie’s senior portraits is because she is even more beautiful on the inside than she is outwardly (if you can believe that).

This young lady is so sweet and meek and joyful and Godly and actually really really funny. She’s so kind and mature, in fact, that she told her equally-as-beautiful momma that she didn’t mind her tagging along for the session. Wish I could say the same about my senior self *insert nervously smiling emoji with sweat on the forehead*

So Andrea and Hallie led me through the flowers, fields, and hills of Mount Saint Francis. I’m just glad it was me taking the photographs and not the other way around because at the end of our hike, the Funk ladies remained picture perfect while I was a sweaty mess that couldn’t catch her breath. Thankfully, the way I looked had no bearing on how incredible these images turned out.

The whole thing gave me major Pride and Prejudice vibes (Keira Knightley version). Perhaps it was the overgrown grass or the sunset glow or the soft, whimsical dress. Hallie would have been the most handsome Bennett sister ever to Grace the halls of Pemberley.

You keep shining for Jesus, sweet young lady. As hard as you try to stay in the background, your glow doesn’t go unnoticed. It was an absolute privilege. I am just as excited to share these with you as I was to take them.

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