Many of my senior girls choose to do their senior photography session in the summer or fall as they’re about to head into their senior year. Other girls choose to wait until they are in the midst of their senior year, or right before they are ready to graduate. While my summer and fall schedule are usually pretty full, I’m often able to be a little more flexible during the winter and early spring. Doing senior pictures in the winter or spring is always such a treat for me! While I absolutely love the landscape and scenery of summer and fall, it’s such a change of pace for me to be able to photograph my senior girls with winter or spring landscapes as the backdrop! The winter brings lovely warm and golden tones of the dried grasses and snow, while spring is bursting with delicate and colorful blooms!
Sneha’s session was planned as late in the winter as possible. February brought bitter cold temperatures, so we postponed the session while hoping that March would bring a little warmth without thawing the snow. Thankfully, March warmed up and dumped a fresh load of snow on us, so we were able to use the beautiful snowy landscape as a backdrop for her session.