Truth be told, these senior portraits are rather belated. Haley is actually already in college, but we both loved the idea of doing some portraits in our gorgeous Utah mountains! What better way to kick off the 2016 senior portrait season??
Now that wedding season has slowed down, I get to show you what I've been up to this summer! I've been dying to blog Kimberly and Christian's wedding back in June. It was a blast.
I had done Kimberly's bridals a few months earlier. Christian didn't want to see her in her dress until the wedding day, (he's classy like that) so I didn't meet him until the day of. But man, what a couple these two make!
I was stoked to go to England. And I was not disappointed! As I was getting off the chunnel, I bumped into an Englishman. He just said "Sorry!" in his adorable English way, and then "Cheers!" As he walked away. Not a bad first impression, I'd say! It was a breath of fresh air after the less-than-friendly locals I'd encountered in other countries. I guess it helps when you speak the language.
Suddenly, I could read everything! I could understand what people were saying! It was a glorious feeling. And what a charming place it was.
On our way to Belgium, we stopped in a small town called Amiens, which is home to one of the most beautiful cathedrals in the world.
I remember learning about the Amiens cathedral and thinking, “Wow, that looks really big. I wonder what it would be like to walk inside something like that.” I didn’t know if I’d ever actually do it. But wow, when I did, I discovered how little I realized before.