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Brandon’s Senior Portraits by Durango Photographers

Brandon will be graduating this year from Bayfield High School.  He plans to head off to college to study pre-med and later go into pediatrics.  He’s on the cross country and track teams and plays basketball.  Like most people in this area, he also loves to hike.

He has a great smile and is so intelligent.

Enjoy

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We would love to photograph your senior, family, or wedding

Luv, Karen

Website

karen@karenskellyphoto.com

970.884.5292

 

About karenskellyphoto

Hello there! I'm a Certified Professional Photographer serving the entire Western Slope of Colorado, including Durango CO, Cortez CO, Silverton CO, Ouray CO, Telluride CO, Pagosa Springs CO, and Farmington NM. I love photographing the emotions during a family session or wedding; the love, hugs, kisses, tears, and laughs. Please view my website at www.karenskellyphoto.com, and read the "About" page for more information. Thanks for looking. Karen

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