Monday, April 04, 2011


The weekend was lovely.
Except for the part where it got to be 90 degrees and winds of 1,294 mph. (or something like that.)
But before that, I got to shoot photos of a lovely senior girl.

I can't even imagine what it's like to be such a fresh natural beauty.
Easy breezy.

M is a completely lovely girl, inside and out.
I love working with seniors! There's a beautiful mix of confidence and insecurity, as they are establishing who they are and making plans to tackle the world.

They're just lovely!

How was your weekend? What did you do?


Non-Stop Mom said...

Beautiful pictures, Beki! Love them!

I spent Saturday working on my friends' garden, and Sunday was spent in the 1,294 mph winds cleaning up outside my house - yes, I think that's how bad the wind really was! But now the side patio area of my house is actually usable instead of ghetto-riffic like it was. Oh and I got some pictures of the random yellow daffodils popping up in my yard - they're posted on my blog!

Have a wonderful day!!!

Jody said...

Just gorgeous! Amazing photos as always Beki.

Bethe77 said...

She is a beautiful young woman. Very striking beauty. She surely does exude confidnece.

rentz said...

Great pics!

My weekend was soccer, soccer and more soccer. 6 games in two days. Good times. And church, of course! :)

S Club Mama said...

great pictures; she is gorgeous! sometimes I wish I could get my pictures taken again, just for fun lol

My weekend was overtaken with sicko kids :( clinic, chest x-rays, amoxicillin, coughing, movies. :S Even I wanted to go outside to play!

Learning Spanish at 41 said...

The last two are really great! Weekend was good--hubby surprised me with an early b-day gift, an iPhone 4. :)

Bekki said...

I work in fabric, but find most of my inspiration in photography. These photos are stunning...the first photo in the doorway has more ideas than I could pack into a single piece.
The seemingly monochromatic background that's about a million different colors. The rhythm of the gray in her shirt, on the door, and in the bricks. The pop of indigo in her eyes and jeans, all the textures...just wow.
I'm intrigued by the way the horizontal inverse curve at the top of the door panel is echoed in her vertical bodyline, and you created a strong diagonal connecting the two by having one arm up.
Thanks for sharing have an amazing eye!

Paula said...

Really lovely photos! I love your choice of locations - and she is a stunning girl. Really well done :)

Danielle said...

Really, really love the photos!!!