Kicking of the Class of 2018 senior sessions with a Senior Session in Northern Michigan.  Meet Logan, this upcoming Senior at Stoney Creek High School in Rochester.  This session is extra special because he is my son and the session took place in northern Michigan.  We have been lucky to visit northern Michigan often as we have family there.  I’m so glad we captured some of our love fro this place with this northern Michigan photo session.  The weather was fantastic for our latest visit and this evening was no exception.  It was great to go back to Point Betsie, just south of the Sleeping Bear Sand Dunes, where we have spent many hours throwing rocks, flight kites, exploring the paths through the dunes, soaking up the sun and admiring sunsets.  It’s great to have a senior session in such a meaningful place.

If you haven’t been to Point Betsie, I highly suggest you check it out and enjoy some time there.  Thanks for checking out these images from this Senior Session Northern Michigan.  I’m so excited about these images.  I can’t wait to have them on my wall and in an album to enjoy for years to come!

Northern Michgan Senior Photo Session

Senior Session, Northern Michigan

 

Stoney Creek Senior Photo Session

 

Point Betsie Senior Photo Session

 

lighthouse senior photo session

 

Senior Session Northern Michigan

 

Point Betsie sunset, the perfect ending to a northern Michigan photo session

A Point Betsie sunset, the perfect ending to a northern Michigan photo session

 

Where would you love your senior session to be?  I’d love to get adventurous with you.  Contact pArt of Life Photography for your senior session today!  Summer flies by so let’s make a plan soon.  Is it time for your beach senior photo session?  Or maybe you prefer nature, suburban or urban senior photo session.  I’m game!  Next, Logan is going to Detroit for the rest of his senior session.  Here are some other images from pArt of Life Photography Senior Photo Sessions.

If you could go anywhere in the world for your senior session where would you go and why?  Comment below.  I’d also love to hear which is our favorite image from this session. 

 

 

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