http://tsquaredsports.com/2012/04/dew-tour-releases-2012-schedule-with-no-slc-stop/?share=twitter I don’t know why I titled this one save the bees. Maybe because we shot Caitlin’s gorgeous senior session in a flower field. It reminds me of where wild bees roam.
Wild Bees Beauty
Speaking of wild bees, did you all know that Sarah changed her handle on Instagram? You can now find her at www.instagram.com/wildbeesbeauty/. I can’t tell you how many times, when she had her old name, that I tagged someone else instead of her. That was pretty funny.
We All Know How I Feel About Bees
Anyway, back to the bees. We found this field and it was a blessing to photograph. I liked it so well that I went back there three more times to photograph again. That’s pretty rare for me. I like new things. Also, I’m sure there were some bees in this field. And we all know how I feel about bees.
Now, On To Caitlin
Now let’s shift gears to Caitlin. I loved how comfortable she was in front of the camera. She owned it. I hope she knows that she owned it. She was the bees knees. Comfortable in her confidence. She always has the best bee-havior.
She Reads Truth
Caitlin brought She Reads Truth to this session. In case you don’t know what that is, it is a perfectly artist, feminine styled bible. Along with the bible, it’s a great app that has daily motivation and devotions. I’m glad she brought something that was so important to her for her senior session. You can find out more about She Reads Truth here. So thankful a generation of bees love the artistry in She Reads Truth. If you want to find Caitlin, I’m sure she’s buzzy reading SRT. See what I did there? #dadjoke
Oh, I forgot one other thing. Caitlin is a dancer. I know I have said it before, but dancers are the best to photograph because they know their bodies so well. I wish that was a skill that would transfer to everyone. Being a dancer is not too shab-bee.
Sweet like honey.