This session was so unique and spoke to me on so many levels. It was pretty cold for a spring evening but Quintin and Kayleen were troopers.
Recent rains made a lot of gorgeous mud puddles and you better believe I took full advantage. Kayleen asked if she could be barefoot and I was brimming with joy. See, I love to be barefoot. I know a lot of clients don't feel fully comfortable going barefoot in front of the camera so I was happy to know she felt relaxed with me enough to be herself. That made for some truly moving images. I felt as though her bare feet added to the mood and rawness of the images and I loved it.
I was really grateful that I brought along my rain boots because by the time we were done, I had muck up past my ankles. We had to carefully maneuver through the location so we weren't covered in mud by the next spot. This meant piggy-backing at times. Speaking of piggies, there was a field full of cows that decided to be our audience with incessant mooing. Those noises took me back to my days growing up and made me smile.
The tones of this session grabbed me so much and I just can't wait until the wedding.