I have had the chance to shoot with the gorgeous Kat 3 times now, and it never disappoints. I shot her the first time when she was just a sophomore, and twice her senior year. She is fun, laid back, gorgeous, and so easy to get along with. She came dressed to wow, and we went to the most gorgeous location. Also can you say EYES?!?! They are to die for. We climbed through rocks and sage brush to some gorgeous cliffs, with the sun setting behind them. I don't remember when it first happened, but I am afraid of heights. Not all heights do it to me, but when it does... it's the same as smelling a skunk. Very real, and overwhelming. It was one of those heights that makes you a little dizzy looking at it, or maybe it's just me. I can count on one hand the number of times that has happened to me. All 3 times, were VERY high situations. The first was from the top of the Stratosphere Hotel in Vegas, the second by a canyon out past Grace Idaho, and now this Canyon. I think it is a combination of awe and 'oh my gosh we could fall to our death at any moment' that it happens to me. It is overwhelming. AND exhilarating. I am in awe sometimes of the beauty this world has to offer, and feel so blessed that I get to capture it. Kat only added to the beauty of the scene, and it was def. one for the books. She went with my crazy ideas, walked barefoot and stepped on a cactus, sat in the water and made my day. We ended the session by climbing down 60 or so feet to the water. The rock formations in the river where just to die for, and I couldn't not get some on them. It took us a little time to get down there, but it was worth it. I love sessions that are adventurous, and bring out a little rush. Thank you Kat for sharing this with me!
Also a photo of kat from the session was chosen to be featured in Senior Style guides 2017-2018 Hot 100 list. It is a list of the top 100 senior photographers and photographs from around the globe. She really did kill this session, show her some love, and check it out.
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