It has been so long since I posted a Wordless Wednesday post, but I feel I have some fun and inspiring photos to share with you! The first is from a recent shoot and is sure to put a smile on your face. I have never seen a smile so big from a dog before! Admit it, that photo made your day just a little bit brighter right?
I also don’t think I shared Kaitlynn with you yet! Right before Easter I felt this overwhelming need to donate a shoot. I made a post on facebook and waited as nominations rolled in. One of those nominations was for a little girl named Kaitlynn, who happens to have this really crappy thing called Brain Cancer. Immediately I was drawn to this girl and her story.
She’s only 6 years old. I chose her for my photoshoot. She had never done anything like this before and we were in a rush to get it done before she headed down to Houston to start new treatments. She was so full of spunk and energy…she was a total inspiration for me! Next time you want to complain about something…think of these little fighters and I promise you will be inspired to suck it up and just live your life. Here are a few special photos from Kaitlynn’s photo shoot. I would love for you to click over to her facebook page and like it. Then be sure to tell her how beautiful she is!
I was also able to photograph one of my most very favorite bands recently! The Flat Tires! They are from North Carolina and are FANTASTIC! Be sure to check them out!
Last but not least...Clementine Woolysocks! She is a skater for the Trauma Queens. She has made an amazing transformation and is very inspiring to me! She is also a fantastic person! I love all the new friends I am making on this Roller Derby journey! So anyhow, I wanted to thank her so I gifted her a photoshoot, which took place yesterday! Here is one of the shots from the shoot, which I think is AMAZING! Keep your eyes peeled for more on the Loudmouth Photography Facebook page!
She made my day yesterday by posting this on my facebook…
Loudmouth Photography, Brandy GirlonFire Arnold,
This morning, you gave me something I was still lacking in my journey, the ability to look at a photo of myself and see something beautiful, someone to be proud of. This morning was fun, I had a great time with you, and I’m very grateful for what you’ve given me. Thank you!
That right there is why I do what I do! If you know someone that deserves a shoot, please feel free to nominate them! You can message me through facebook, or use the contact form here.
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