Hello lovelies! So those of you that follow me already know I'm a photographer and that I have four very special young ladies that I do photoshoots with all the time. They love it, I love it...and it's always great to spend time with them. Sadly though, my little blonde green-eyed baby...my "Lexi Love" is moving out of state, so I got all four of those little troublemakers together and had a last photoshoot with them. My photography is really how this whole blogging thing got started...so I will always continue to blog about my photography work. It's a huge part of my life and in my book, photography will ALWAYS be beauty related! I also like for my readers to get a sense of who I am as a person and this helps me to share a little bit of me with all of you! I hope you enjoy and please visit my business Facebook page to view the rest of the album at the link I'll put below.
From left to right: Lourdes, Lexi, Nicole and Yolanda. We went to a lovely park near my home, "Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens". It's a fantastic place for photography...portrait or landscape. However, we didn't have a good weather day. We got hit by rain several times, it was windy and we couldn't even make it all the way around the entire facility because of the weather. Unfortunately, we were rushing and I hate to rush because I feel my work suffers. Not to mention we all started to look a bit like drowned rats! No amount of hair brushing is going to help when you're wet and being blasted by wind half the time!
While I did not have the kind of time I would have liked to get photos that I consider are to my standards, what really matters is that I got to spend time with Lexi before she left and she got to have fun with her friends. We had our little "moment" together while stuck on a porch waiting out the downpour...
In spite of the rain, the girls had a good time...just being with her friends cheered Lexi up I'm sure. Me...I just kept looking at the four of them thinking how very much I love them all. So...I was the emotional one! I would walk behind them and try to catch a few shots when they weren't paying attention (one of my favorite things is being sneaky about photos) and just watched them interact with each other. Do you remember being 14 and being with your best friends? I do...and I also know how hard it is to leave them when you move so far away. I was Lexi's age when we moved from Pittsburgh to Florida and it sucked!
I would put more photos of our day here, but then this post would go on forever. If you'd like to take a look at the entire album of Lexi's last photoshoot just click this link: www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.301128133345178.1073741858.212768802181112&type=1 to go to my business Facebook page. While there, check out some of my other albums!
You can also visit my official website at www.reneebruch.com or go straight to my Facebook photography page at www.Facebook.com/ReneeBruchPhotography. Follow me on Instagram @reneebruch and on Twitter @ReneeBruchPhoto for updates on photoshoots, beauty blogs and more!
Thank you all and I'll see you again soon!!!!