Thursday, December 2, 2010

Focused on a Cure: 1st annual Survivior Christmas Portrait

On Saturday November 20th, Focused on Cure survivors gathered for our 1st annual Survivor Christmas Portrait.

Karen had the wonderful idea of gathering our survivors together for an annual Christmas portrait. This is a great way to reflect on the year gone by and celebrate another year as a breast cancer survivor.

The laughter at this session was contagious. It is amazing how all survivors can relate to one another and come together as friends due to a common cause.

13 survivors gathered in downtown Kannapolis behind the Gem theater for this fun location session. Linda Vaughn was gracious enough to bring her Pink Rambler and let us utilize the car for some very fun images.

Never a dull moment with Karen and her crew, we did have to drag out umbrellas and other objects to retrieve Misty’s phone that was dropped down a gutter, but with the fantastic efforts of Megan, it was retrieved.

All of our survivors wore Pink Santa hats and various shades of pink attire. They were photographed around the Pink Rambler as well as on the stairwell.
Below are some of our favorite images from the session:


Thelma and Louise!

We are so excited to make this an annual tradition. We look forward to our 2011 Christmas portrait with new survivors and old friends!

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