It is so much fun to me when the senior girls want to take their images in the grungy section of the McKinney Cotton Mill. I expect the guys to do it, but I love the contrast of the beautiful girl and the urban decay. I would say that Jadyn rocked this shot!
Mom wanted some images with her graduation cap - without being traditional and cheesy. We had fun creating some different ideas. (and I totally LOVE the reflection of the windows on the floor!)
Don't forget the McKinney Cotton Mill is full of beauty as well. One of my favorite spots is the waterfall right outside my studio. The contrast of colors is stunning!
Jadyn can even make an old door look amazing!
The way the colors melded with Jadyn's coloring is stunning to me. It was worth a trek through the mud to get to this location - even carrying a chair!
So...when we took the shot of Jadyn in front of the old door at the Cotton Mill, what I didn't mention was that all around us were these huge balls of roses left over from a wedding the night before. We all got inspired to take the roses out into the woods and do this beautiful shot of rose petals falling around Jadyn. Well...it didn't work as well as I had hoped because the ground was muddy, and the step ladder her mom was standing on was cattywampus as it sunk into the ground and the roses...well they kind of fell in clumps. So we didn't get the amazing image we dreamed of, but we did get some funny ones!
Thanks Jadyn for an amazing afternoon. I can't believe you are graduating soon. So excited for you!