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Salisbury NC Portraits - Allison

It was going to rain and it was very cloudy this Saturday afternoon. The sun tried to peek through the clouds and they passed one by one. It was also very very cold! Right behind me was a couple of blankets to keep warm during little breaks.

Allison wanted to start the New Year with "new me" photos. She messaged me about coming in to town and wanted to document (CELEBRATE) this joyful chapter in her life. I was so excited!! I've been trying to get her in front of the camera! I've known her since I was 4 years old. CAN YOU BELIEVE THAT?! Thank you for putting up with me LOL. I cannot thank her enough for supporting me even before Davong Marie photography. She saw DMP before it was even a thing! She walked into my office with a warm smile and it was just like it was when we were in school except it would be my bedroom and a Kodak camera. 

Glad we documented this joyful chapter and I can't wait to have her back again! Such a wonderful way to begin the New Year on the blog! Check out some of my favorites here. 

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