What a fun Summer session I had with Aubrey from Reynoldsburg! I have actually worked with Aubrey on time before when I was doing a special program honoring high school students for community service, and you can read more about that here! But this post is all about her senior session! We started in Uptown Westerville for some of the unique colors and textures of the buildings, but then went to the cutest local park for some beautiful flower fields and views of the setting sun.
When we started Aubrey's session, it was a beautiful Summer day. But very quickly a small rain shower moved in that we did not expect! She was looking gorgeous and we were all ready to go, so we didn't want to reschedule part way through... instead we hopped into a coffee shop and grabbed a hot drink to wait out the rain. Just as quickly as it started, the pavement began to dry and we headed back out to finish her session.
One thing that was fun about this location is that although the focus here was on the buildings and the variety of colors and structures, there were also some flowers sprinkled throughout that made for cute accent or backdrops in her photos. I'm glad she made the drive from Reynoldsburg for this perfect photo location!
Next, we went to this hidden little spot that is one of my favorites! The flower fields were in full bloom and the golden sun was setting just as we were finishing up. I had a lot of favorites from this location so it is hard to choose only a few to share here! She was seriously stunning!
Aubrey has such as kind heart, just like her mom, and I know she is going to do some wonderful things for this world. She is already involved with National Honors Society, Leo Club, Global Scholars and Hope Squad. She also raised money for Buckeyethon this year and plays in active role in her family's non-profit, The Sam Bish Foundation. Her motivation, organization, and empathy are going to make her hugely successful in anything she pursues. Congratulations, Aubrey!
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