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Here are a few favorites from Bekah’s senior portraits at the Denver Botanic Gardens!
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We are now on DAY 36 of our epic road trip…not everything has gone according to plan, but everything has been amazing! I had grand plans of updating the blog more frequently, but that hasn’t quite worked out. However, I have been keeping my Instagram pretty well updated, so if you’re interested, check it out!
The caravan situation: We’re still TOTALLY comfortable and happy… actually, surprisingly so. Our caravan is only 24 feet, so I was prepping myself to feel cramped or easily irritated or claustrophobic, but it’s felt more and more like home every day, and I still feel like we have more than enough space. We are comfortable, warm, cozy, and happy!
Mechanically, everything is pretty much 100% – yay! We’ve had some minor issues with the alternator not fully charging the main engine battery, but it seems to be due to a loose wire or something and thankfully Zach knows what he’s doing and was able to rig something up and make it work until we reached my parents’ house in San Luis Obispo. Then he took the whole thing apart, fixed everything, put it back together, and now we’re good to go! So thankful to be with someone who understands engines.. plus, the cool part is that you can fix the engine from the INSIDE… sweet, huh?
The food situation: Everyone asks what we’ve been doing for food, especially the friends who know I’ve been in nutrition school for the last year or so. For so many people (and for me in a past life), road trips = fast food and drive-thrus, but thankfully we have a tiny kitchen that is surprisingly decent, and we’ve had tons of fun cooking! Eating well on the road has been no problem at all. The hardest part about eating intentionally has been something that I wouldn’t have expected: friends! Haha. We have LOVED seeing all of our friends along the way and having a chance to hang out … when we get into town in a new place, we obviously want to go hang out and celebrate with our lovely friends and so we’ve ended up eating out and drinking more than we are used to. No complaints here (but I may or may have not gained like 12 pounds in the last month, haha)! I’m tempted to blame this on a certain buddy in LA who pretty much forced cheese and champagne on me on a daily basis…. you know who you are :)
Initially, I was worried that I’d be lonely on this trip. Although I’m a huge introvert, I love having loved ones nearby, and I was worried I’d feel like I was missing out socially. However, the opposite has happened. I forget how many wonderful friends we have along the way, and we’ve been super busy! This has been one of the more social periods of my life and I’m loving it.
These are some shots from our first few stops, in Shiprock NM and then on towards Flagstaff and Sedona… both of which we loved! I miss the desert so much sometimes.
Four Corners (NM, CO, UT, AZ):
Making lunch in Shiprock:
Our good buddy Caleb insisted we head to Antelope Canyon… what a gorgeous place! I’m so glad we went :) Although it’s clear I’m no landscape photographer, it’s the most amazing place!
I feel like, with images of Antelope Canyon, a lot gets lost. Everyone’s so focused on the stunning reds and purples and oranges that it’s easy to lose a sense of scale. This tiny canyon is HUGE, and makes you feel so small :
Then on to Horseshoe Bend at the Grand Canyon:
While hanging out in Sedona, we met some awesome characters, including this kind, hilarious guy who has biked something like 50,000 miles with his dog. Let me emphasize: BIKED. WITH. his DOG. Not kidding:
I’ll have a south / central CA post up soon! Hope you guys are all doing well :)
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Eek! Every year about this time, I start to get SO. EXCITED. for the upcoming senior portrait season! I absolutely cannot wait to start meeting the lovely class of 2015!! I have met some of the most wonderful girls and it’s so much fun to get to know everyone – there are still seniors I shot 5-6 years ago who I keep in touch with and see regularly! So fun.
So, I’m excited to announce that applications for the Senior Model Program for the Class of 2015 are now open! We’re looking for girls from the Class of 2015 from BOULDER, LONGMONT, LOUISVILLE, FORT COLLINS, CASTLE ROCK, the BRECKENRIDGE area, and the DENVER area.
WHAT IS A SENIOR MODEL?
Senior Models at Cedar House Photography get a free early-season mini-session, and have the opportunity to be first in line for exclusive styled shoots throughout the year. Spots in the styled shoots always go quickly, and as a Senior Model, you would get the first chance to participate, at no extra cost!
A few examples of fun past styled shoots are our Road Trip shoot, our St. Lucia shoot, our Pool Party shoot, and our Salvation Mountain shoot. You’re pretty much my muse for the next year :) This is the perfect opportunity for girls who love being in front of the camera, or who are considering getting into modeling in the future.
Also, when you refer your friends, you can earn a discount on your session & prints!
We’re looking for fun, outgoing girls from the class of 2015 who are comfortable in front of the camera, friendly, and creative. There is no extra charge to be a part of the Senior Model program, but you will need to be punctual and have reliable transportation. Senior Models will act as ambassadors for Cedar House Photography in their schools and communities, sending friends our way who you think would love distinctive, laid-back, custom senior portraits.
SOUNDS AWESOME. WHAT DO I HAVE TO DO?
- Click here to fill out the Senior Model application. Please fill it out completely, being as detailed and creative as possible.
- If you are accepted, you’ll receive an email with details about the Senior Model Program.
- Make sure to run this by your parents!
I’m so excited for the Senior Model Program this year, and I can’t wait to get started! We’ll be accepting a maximum of 2-3 girls per school, so if you’re interested, apply ASAP! If you have any questions, please feel free to email me at: email@example.com. Yay!