Since Mikala’s first senior session was totally about the hammocks and the back country, we headed north for her second session. Though this session still had somewhat of a woodsy feeling to it, Mikala included two dresses in her wardrobe changes and some beautiful roses. She showcased her beauty like a boss.
Mikala rocked the session like a veteran. We had a really good time and even tried some experimental shots in a thicket of bamboo grass. Even though this location wasn’t a spot you’d find in the deep country, it had enough country elements to it to fit Mikala like a glove. (And, we even learned a few zumba moves!)
If you’d like to see all the images from this portrait session, please enjoy this video.
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