Ben – Class of 2018

I don’t do senior photos very often! I am usually pretty preoccupied with engagement photos, couples photos, and weddings throughout the summer months! Ben happens to be my bestie’s little brother and I couldn’t help but want to do his photos!!!

Ben really wanted to do fishing photos with mountains in the background and the first place I thought of was Emerald lake or West Rosebud Lake! West Rosebud is Drew and I’s favorite place to camp so I know the area pretty well, I’ve made the LONGGG drive there several times! Of course, with my luck, I got a flat tire on the way to the lake….thankfully Ben and Olivia’s step-dad, Justin, came with them to help me change my tire! I didn’t have our good jack in the car… so he was stuck dealing with the jack that came with my car…it is a difficult one to use! I honestly don’t think I would have been able to change my tire in the cold with that jack! So THANK YOU SO MUCH Justin!!

We had a rocky start(half of the drive is a dirt road…Ha! puns alllll day long!) but we made the best of it and I am so happy with the results! Ben did a great job and I loved hanging out with the family! You’re almost there Ben! Hang in there! Make Senior Year your BEST year yet! Keep being awesome!

 

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I don’t do senior photos very often! I am usually pretty preoccupied with engagement photos, couples photos, and weddings throughout the summer months! Ben happens to be my bestie’s little brother and I couldn’t help but want to do his photos!!!

Ben really wanted to do fishing photos with mountains in the background and the first place I thought of was Emerald lake or West Rosebud Lake! West Rosebud is Drew and I’s favorite place to camp so I know the area pretty well, I’ve made the LONGGG drive there several times! Of course, with my luck, I got a flat tire on the way to the lake….thankfully Ben and Olivia’s step-dad, Justin, came with them to help me change my tire! I didn’t have our good jack in the car… so he was stuck dealing with the jack that came with my car…it is a difficult one to use! I honestly don’t think I would have been able to change my tire in the cold with that jack! So THANK YOU SO MUCH Justin!!

We had a rocky start(half of the drive is a dirt road…Ha! puns alllll day long!) but we made the best of it and I am so happy with the results! Ben did a great job and I loved hanging out with the family! You’re almost there Ben! Hang in there! Make Senior Year your BEST year yet! Keep being awesome!

 

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Comments

  1. Doreen

    July 20th, 2018 at 7:14 am

    What a beautiful place. I know the sense in towns that are left derelict like that because you see little villages like that in Ireland all the time. It’s such a pity to see a lowering in life in places which were once so beautiful.

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