We live in the high desert here, meaning that typically our winters are cold and dry. The past few have lived up to that expectation, and to the detriment of our poor Lake Tahoe and by extension the Truckee River that flows (when there is enough water) from her.
This year however was a BANNER year our here in the Truckee Meadows and we saw some amazing winter weather and are still seeing lots (for us) of precipitation in the spring. I love it when we get a lot of water in the winter and spring, this means that our area gets a little extra green before it turns dry and brown in the summer. The flowering trees for instance, are in rare form this year and looking like something out of an Anne of Green Gables novel (somebody tell me I am not the only one permanently affected by the magical imagery of a “white way of delight” as described by Anne when she is driven to Green Gables for the first time in Matthew Cuthberts Coach… ahhh the books of my youth).
This rare weather has allowed for a couple of amazing and truly inspired senior sessions for Miss Lori here. In the winter we captured the most delicate of snowfall while shooting her first session and then in the spring we were rewarded with some of the best showing of flowers on the apple and cherry trees.
I had so much fun with Lori, she is a total natural, here casual comfortable demeanor and easy smile were a true joy to record. Thank you for being such an incredible model Lori and to your mom and Dad, great job with this kid, she is a doll!!
Enjoy some faves from her two part senior session!