No horsing around! We both heard that when we were little, usually while “playing” (fighting) with our siblings. Bowdon Homecoming Queen Lindsey doesn’t “horse around” though- she’s fun, but she takes modeling seriously and doesn’t waste any time goofing off. What’s amazing is that she didn’t even have to waste time “fighting” with her horse to get the right look and mood for her senior photos. In fact, photographing one of her horses was a surreal and beautiful experience. The horse took almost no time getting used to our lighting– although the sound of our light stand moving from place to place bothered it a little at first– then stood there so royally for each shot. The blue sky kept getting more and more deep and filled with wispy clouds as we continued the shoot, and Lindsey continued to pose for shot after shot as we captured her magic with the horse. Modeling the leather headband we made from a purse strap and a feather, Lindsey gently guided her horse for each setup and made every photo amazing.
We loved her other fashions and photos too– our favorite outfit was Lindsey’s awesome long-sleeved, tie-belted dress that almost looked like a royal robe. It looked awesome next to the cloudy blue sky, yellow wildflowers, and Lindsey’s greenish-yellow vintage chair! Thank you, Lindsey, for being such an incredible model, choosing gorgeous fashions, and being so sweet to work with! We know Bowdon High School is going to miss you next year, and we are too!