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Bailey hails from Hamilton a small town northeast of here, for her senior photos she wanted some in the city and some on land near her hometown, today I’m posting some from here at the Nelson and I couldn’t have picked a better spot for her. She has such a pretty 30′s or Gatsbyesque look. Tomorrow I will put up some of the more country girl shots. Again, I don’t need to tell you how cute she is, the pictures say it all.

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Today I want to introduce you to the Madrid family. I got to shoot Sam’s newborns and now we have little Nora and she couldn’t be sweeter. I always find it amazing how some of the second/third/fourth children have a air about them of calmness even as newborns, like they know there is another sibling there to provide entertainment. I don’t know if it lasts but Nora couldn’t be more easy going and she loved looking at her parents and brother. Thanks Madrids…to many more years of peaceful non sibling rivalry : ). She is beautiful.

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It’s not too late if you have not gotten your senior pictures done. I can’t tell you how much I enjoy doing seniors. It is fun to put on the fashion hat and channel the creative energy of being this age. The world is before you and everything is pretty.darn.exciting. Mckenzie is gorgeous, I remember doing her First Communion pictures and here we are. She is thinking of majoring in photography, will play volleyball at Central MO and comes from a family of Wildcats so she is blazing new trails. I love how natural these are. 

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I’m embarrassed that I didn’t get this out earlier. Now that it’s starting to get warmer I will take you back a bit over a year ago to Julie and Rick’s cold winter wedding. It was a sweet small affair with a few family members present at the courthouse. Julie wanted just wanted to capture the essentials. I know Julie through our kids and school, and although they transferred this year, I know we’ll keep in touch. She is so easy to talk to and I’m glad they found each other.

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  • Julie Hurley - Thanks for capturing our memories Tricia!!!