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Allie's Senior Pictures

WARNING - This post is just a bunch of pictures posted by an outrageously proud Mom! It may be a bit like watching Aunt Jane and Uncle Bill's vacation pictures from the last 10 years!!!

We discovered the best photographer! Lauri Ann Photography hasn't been in business long, but this girl has talent! Of course, her subject was very special, and I admit I am biased on this suject!!! Here are a few of my favorites (the long dress is a dress Allie ordered an on on-line sale that they wouldn't take it back).














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  1. Cute photo's! Great photographer & beautiful subject!
    Hugs
    Dawn xx

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  2. She is just gorgeous and most important has the nicest smile which, to me, counts for so very much in life. Lauri Ann does take fabulous photos especially with this subject.

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  3. Allie I bet is beautiful both inside and out. Look at her Mom!!! My favorite picture is of Allie with the horse-so sweet. What a beautiful young lady. The dress is pretty even though they wouldn't take it back!!! Did we trash it in the picture with Allie in the stream??? lol This happens to be a new trend I have been reading about that Brides do. It's called "Trash the Dress" sitting where shots of the Bride are taken in her dress in places you wouldn't image wearing the dress. Like sitting on railroad tracks, in fields, in water, and the like. Great concept because most Daughters don't want to wear their Mom's dress. Talented photographer too. Have a wonderful day!!!

    P.S. A DOUBLE DOG DARE!!!!!!

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  4. You have a beautiful daughter! LOVE the shots too! Think my fave is the one of her sitting on the bench with her boots on and kicking her leg in the air. Can't believe she is in water/ocean with her dress on!! Oh my!! You are right, fabulous photographer and very unique and wonderful poses. You be a proud mama to a vengeance :)

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  5. She is a very beautiful girl, you must be so proud of her, the pictures are wonerful.
    Kevin xx

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  6. Ahem, you have every right to be proud of your GORGEOUS daughter! And wow, oh wow, is that photographer ever awesome!

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  7. You deserve to be a proud mom!! Your daughter is just beautiful, and looks like the image of happiness! Congrats mom - you've done a fabulous job and so has the photographer you used! The photos are phenomenal! I just love the photo with the cowboy boots :) TFS!

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  8. I love a good photo and these are beautiful! You have every reason to be proud! Your daughter is gorgeous!! :)

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  9. Wow, wow, wow!! You have every right to be a proud momma. Your daughter is a beauty! And those photos capture her fabulous spirit. Thanks for sharing!

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  10. Oh Nancy, your daughter is studding - you have every reason to be a proud Mom. The photographer has captured a fun loving quality. Love every shot!

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  11. Wow! Gasp! Nancy, Your daughter is absolutely GORGEOUS!
    The pictures are wonderful too!
    Many blessings!
    Warmest Hugs, Sheryl

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  12. Your daughter is beautiful!!! I love all the fun poses--esp the one with the fancy dress and cowboy boots!

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  13. your daughter is so beautiful and she looked like she really enjoyed her photo shoot, what great memories.
    Hugs
    Suzie xx

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  14. Not to discredit Lou Ann's talent, but my goodness look at this beautiful girl she had to work with. Senior pictures, looks more like a modeling portfolio! Absolutely stunning photo's, beautiful girl, and you have every right to be a proud Mama.

    Hugs
    Sue

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  15. I loved seeing these pictures of your beautiful Allie. I love the one with the boots.

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  16. Completely a-d-o-r-a-b-l-e!!!!! Gimme them boots Missy! LYMI

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