I must say–the fall colors at Mill Pond Park for Abby’s senior session did not disappoint! The fall colors feel like they’re late this year, but we still made the magic happen. 😉 There’s still plenty of red, orange, and yellow out there if you look hard enough!
Abby is one of my cousins. I remember anxiously awaiting her birthday since she would be my first cousin on my mom’s side of the family. When I was little, my brothers and I used to have many sleepovers with my aunt, Abby’s mom. When Abby came along, and later her little sisters, we continued to have sleepovers. Abby used to sneak into my bed for snuggles when she was a toddler. So, to see her as a senior is absolutely wild!
Abby and her family live in Maine, so they fought traffic all the way down to Massachusetts–on Indigenous People’s Day weekend no less! Even though my aunt and Abby could only be here for a quick trip, we made the most of our time with this session. We made this park look like it was empty–even though it wasn’t! Abby was such a good sport, and she worked with me to get glowy light and stunning backgrounds…all of my favorite things. ☺️
I hope you enjoy this splash of fall as much as I do! This little park truly is a gem, and I’m so glad I could share it with my family. Congratulations again, Abby! I’m sure that you will be off to great things super soon! I hope your tour at Simmons University (ahem, my double alma mater) is memorable and convincing!!
Looking for another gorgeous fall session? Check out Madalein at the Blackstone River and Canal Heritage State Park!
And for another senior session, click here to see Sarah’s session at the Acton Arboretum!
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