kelsey lynne

The Dream Team : My 2013 Seniors

Aug 5

Graduating from High School is such an exciting time, and I am so blessed to be able to capture this season of so many people’s lives. The seniors that I was able to photograph this past year all are heading in so many exciting directions with their lives. One is headed to the East Coast to study to become a doctor, a few are headed to colleges in the state to start their Associates Degree, another is planning on becoming a pastor so that he can share the hope that he has. They all have exciting plans and dreams for their futures and it is the BEST thing to see!

If I had one piece of advice for all of my seniors, it would be this. NEVER ever ever stop believing that you can do whatever you want to with your future! So many people thought that my dream of becoming a photographer was a little far-fetched and that I probably would be done a few months after starting. Well, 3 years later, I’m still here and having my best year yet. You CAN do whatever you put your mind to. It helps to be surrounded by people who support and encourage you through the hard moments! I wouldn’t be here without the constant support from my family and friends. Also, in Proverbs, there is a verse that I have seen proven true in my life. Keep this in the back of your mind. Ask advice from people who you trust and know that they have wisdom that will be helpful in getting where you would like to go!

“For lack of guidance a nation falls, but victory is won through many advisers.” – Proverbs 11:14

Besides being smart and full of goals and potential, these seniors are GORGEOUS/HANDSOME! Honestly, take a look.

If you or someone you know is graduating in 2014, Summer/Fall is the PERFECT time to schedule your Senior Portraits before your year starts filling up with college visits, finals, and prom!

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