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Any time -- fly out here.
With every flash.
These photographers have a focus.
After the tornadoes and Hillary and bill.
Earlier this year we decided we -- -- -- specifically for them in here we go big smiles 20s30s.
On the other side at the -- for this session is -- Hendrick Kelly and their family -- -- youth pastors hit out their basement with family and friends while tornadoes passed through Hillary bill and early march.
With only held damage to their home that they only made it out okay but could -- believed what they saw around them.
Of course I can get past him.
160 because the schools -- -- 31.
It would be in the days to come after the devastation that people started -- missing items.
One thing that we did at the church.
Afterwards that you would bring in pictures -- they just fine line in a field.
And it was a big deal when somebody would come in and find a family picture from forty years ago or are just pictures -- -- kids.
Now thanks to the help portrait movement of local and regional photographers into volunteers.
Had rebuilt residents like the Kelly's.
And I -- anytime a ball up.
I got hot or not it is not -- you've played yesterday listening.
Had a chance to start over with new photos -- Came when it.
That we are now and definitely changed a giddy building new memories that they say he should be replaced -- -- just have a way to give them a new building block.
To start back on their feet it's a big deal for people that to be able to think -- the memories back to discuss some kind of normal.
Normal sense of the life.
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