Mud, mud, and more mud. Blaine's photo session was a real eye-opener for me. Turns out, not every seemingly innocent rock is actually a rock. Some are cow pies in disguise, and boy, are they slippery! But if you think Blaine was fazed by the mud, think again. She effortlessly navigated her way around, all the while having a crystal-clear vision for her senior photos. I really admire her for that. She didn't want her senior photos done when everyone else had them done; she wanted those green hills in her photos, and boy, did we have some green hills. Blaine is the kind of gal who knows what she wants and doesn’t conform to the fads.


The session was an adventure from the get-go. As we trekked through the mud-laden landscape, Blaine didn’t miss a beat. Meanwhile, I was doing my best impression of a clumsy circus act, desperately hoping not to fall on my rear due to my lack of coordination and mud-hopping skills. Blaine just stomped right through it all with class, making it look easy. There was a moment when she stood against the backdrop of those lush green hills, her confidence shining as brightly as the sun peeking through the clouds. The mud, the cow pies, none of it mattered. Blaine had a vision, and we were making it happen.


Her determination and poise were inspiring. Every shot we took captured her essence perfectly—strong, unique, and utterly unbothered by a little dirt. It’s not every day you meet someone who can make wading through mud look like a walk down a red carpet.


Blaine, you are truly admirable. I had such a wonderful time hanging with you, navigating the property, and capturing your incredible spirit. Your ability to remain unfazed and focused in less-than-ideal conditions is something I’ll always remember. Congrats, Blaine! You’ve got the kind of tenacity and grace that’s going to take you far. Here’s to more adventures, more laughs, and maybe just a little less mud next time.