Abby’s Door County Senior Experience | Belleville High School Grad 2016
Abby will be a 2016 graduate of Belleville High School, here in Wisconsin. She and her mother chose Door County as their backdrop as it is one of their favorite places to vacation. We knew we would be doing something fun yet unique and I was excited to capture Abby. Here are some of the images from Abby’s H.S. Senior experience with CRG Photography.
“From playing in the garden sprinkler on the front lawn and tea parties with her cat “Fud” this young lady is now a senior in High School just in a blink of the eye .
Miss Abby is a kind gentle soul my “Indigo Child” who would take time to ensure a cricket would have a safe passage. Abby has two sisters (Lindsey,Bethany) and a living brother (Nathan ,Jacob) she is the last from our nest.
Abby Ruth has not yet decided her path in life and there is no need life has many paths to select from so she will attend a local community college until she can find her path. Abby is a complete natural when it comes to decorating and clothing selections so we will see what path she shall select. Whatever she will do I sure it will be done with grace and kindness.
Until then she will enjoy being with her friends and family and her pets.”
Thank you Misty for sharing a bit about your daughter, Abby. Its always so refreshing to work with clients who are truly into going with the flow, trusting in me fully and allowing for me to be creative. We had an amazing night with both amazing sunlight and moonlight. Thank you for traveling more than 3 hours to see me and it was such a joy to capture Abby.
I must send out a special thank you to Helene Ingsten Anderson owner and artist of Flora Flowershop~ the headpiece was extraordinary~ the succulents were perfect and the little owl feather(rest assured no owls were harmed 🙂 was such a sweet touch!
Also another thank you goes out to The Farm~ your always so kind to allow for me to use your property ~this time on very short notice 🙂 We are fairly sure the goats really wanted to munch on the headpiece.