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June 10, 2017

Expectant Mother gets Maternity Photoshoot with Deceased Husband

Expectant Mother gets Maternity Photoshoot with Deceased Husband

Proving the proverb “Take a picture, it’ll last longer,” spot-on Nicole Bennett set a perfect example of courage and love for others who lose their partner unexpectedly on January 5.  Nicole Bennett recently paid a beautiful and memorable honor to her deceased husband by doing a maternity photo shoot, incorporating her late husband in the pictures, which certainly are breathtaking.
Sharing, how the innovative idea came to her mind, Nicole Bennett said just two months have passed when Deonta, Bennett’s husband lost his life in an accident, and at that time she was pregnant with their second child.
“The loss I bear was certainly inconsolable but then I thought to honor my love with something special and then the idea of getting clicked for my maternity shoot came to my mind,” shared Nicole Bennett.
Now for Nicole Bennett, the second step was to task to identify the right person to execute her imagination and thought in the right way, so she approached a local photographer, Sidney Conley, who is inspired by Michelangelo, Leonardo Da Vinci, and Vincent Van Gogh.
“It brings me to tears, looking at the photos myself,” Conley added up. “Just how I edited [the photos] with him looking down on them, it’s showing that he’s making sure they’re OK.”
After meeting him, both started executing the innovative idea into reality and started the photo-shoot in late February and with his skills, Conley digitally added images of Deonta into the pictures giving Nicole Bennett an unforgettable reminiscence.
Sharing his photo-shoot experience he said that what he did for Nicole Bennett was never done before and he is really happy and proud to make an expected mother getting emotional, happy and some unexplained moments of her life, making sure they’re OK.
Meanwhile, the talented photographer Conley had earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Fine and Studio Arts from Tougaloo College Jackson, Mississippi and had done many outstanding photo shoots but working with Nicole Bennett was special, he said.
“Our relationship was like any other—it had ups and downs, but the love we had for one another proved we could never give up on one another,” Bennett told Parents. “He was a caring, free soul that treasured every one. It was significant for me to do this tribute to him because it’s memories for our children in years to come. He was always there for our son and his other two kids (from a previous relationship.)”

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