2014 Carrollton High School senior Ansleigh – and tons of other students across Georgia- got another break from school last week because of all the snow, and we’re pretty sure she had a blast braving the elements for some epic sledding adventures! We won’t tell you how she went about sledding, but it might have involved riding behind a vehicle in the yard and some pretty funny (but safe) crashes- hahaha. Wish we could have joined her on this break, but at least we got to join her & her family on her FALL break in Savannah, GA, and Tybee Island- where she also braved the elements!! It was so windy on the beach that it took her whole family to hold our changing tent to keep it from blowing away- with her in it! 😉 We all got up early and waited for the sunrise over the ocean, and once it finally broke through the clouds- it was majestic! We spent so much time bonding with Ansleigh’s family and couldn’t wait to get that perfect shot of them on the beach, so when the sun started shining through the clouds, we got them all hand in hand, walking towards the water. Yes, we’re senior photographers, but that shot of the Kiser family is one of our favorites from 2013, because it has so much meaning. There’s something so beautiful about a family being exactly that- a FAMILY- together, loving, walking towards the horizon with the whole world in front of them- with an amazing story that is still being written. We love these guys!
Of course, we had a blast with them in Savannah too- going from parks to telephone booths to historic homes for an incredible senior shoot with Ansleigh (and her guitar!). She had every outfit planned, down to the details- including which shoes and accessories would go with each look- EXCEPT for which shoes would go with her amazing black prom dress from last year! No problem- Michael & Melia to the rescue- we put her in shoes a size too small and got her in and out of them as fast as possible, ha ha! She survived- and the shoes were perfect for the dress! 🙂 Thanks, Ansleigh, for an awesome adventure in Savannah- hope your feet are ok! 😉