More often that not I hear inquiring clients worry about missing peak colors if we don’t hit the perfect, unpredictable weekend. Jonas’ session is proof that our autumn season AFTER the leaves have fallen produces absolutely desirable light and imagery.
From her uncle's car yard to her grandparents' fields, Hailey's session brought us all over places she grew up around. She's a Baraga Area Schools senior, a hockey player and outside hitter in volleyball, my boyfriend's younger sister, and a vibrant soul I'm so grateful to know on a personal level.
Despite the saturated grey billows threatening rain, we decided to risk it and took off toward the Keweenaw. Upon arriving to the mining tailings along Cliff Drive, the veil of gloominess gave way to diffused sunlight that was sheerly divine for portraits. Stella graduates in May of 2018 from L'Anse High School.
Often I'm asked why I start my sessions so late in the evenings. The last frames of Kelsey in her flannel depict the precise reason why.
Kaisa: a Keweenaw beauty with a dash of Queen Anne's, golden summer sunshine, and Northern Michigan's splendor.