I was so excited when Rachael emailed me and asked if I would take her senior picture with her horse, Mo. I love all animals and can never say no to a barn yard session! When I rolled up to Rachael's family farm in Hummelstown I was immediately greeted by all the farm cats and I knew it was gonna be a good one!
Rachael and I hit it off right away. She was so laid-back and easygoing through the whole session. Even though she thought the whole thing was "weird"... She (and the farm cats) immediately made me feel welcomed.
I picked up that Mo the horse was known for his goofy personally (would you expect anything different from a horse named Mo?!). However, me and my strange camera seemed to throw him off a bit. It was awesome to watch Rachael interact with Mo. She was so patience and calm with him. She reassured him I was no threat, so we could continue with our session.
Rachael is not only easygoing, she's tough too. I wouldn't expect anything else from a girl who grew up on a farm with older brothers! Rachael works as a farm handed at a near by farm. Which is no easy job. She's an extremely hard worker, which is something anyone can admire!