Senior | Logan

Right now, there is snow and ice on the ground as I look out my office window…however, we had a sunny, beautiful fall afternoon for my handsome nephew Logan’s senior session!  We made a family adventure out of it – we packed up Remington and his backpack and met up with Logan, his adorable and sweet girlfriend, Adessa, and Logan’s Dad (my brother-in-law…Hi Mike!), and Mike’s beautiful fiancee Kathy, and walked around downtown Crawfordsville.  Logan, you have grown into such a fine young man!  I can hardly believe that you will be graduating from high school soon!  Where has the time gone?!  Logan loves baseball, fishing, and hanging out with friends.  He also loves driving and working on his VW, which was featured in a few photos too!  Friends and family can view his entire online gallery here.  And now for some favorites from our afternoon!

Hi Logan!

He found some great locations that just so happened to incorporate one of his favorite colors…blue!

Logan and Adessa are a great (and adorable!) couple!
A favorite!  Loved the light in this spot that day!

Just look at those blue eyes! And what a great smile!

Did I mention I love the light we had that day?!  Love both of these!

So cute!

Another favorite!

Logan, thank you so much for the honor of capturing this special time in your life!  I’m so excited to see what the future holds for you!  Enjoy your senior year!  Congratulations!!! 

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  • AnonymousDecember 17, 2013 - 12:58 AM

    GREAT pics, Stephanie!!! LOVED all the backgrounds!!! Again, I think Fall is so spectacular for pictures.

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Welcome to the Stewart Imagery Blog!  I'm Stephanie, and I'm so excited to share all of my recent wedding and portrait work, as well as personal stories relating to life with two sweet boys and their handsome dad! Sit back, relax, and savor the sweet details of life and love that I have the joy and honor of photographing!

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