I wandered around Hawk Mountain with Charlie and his mom, Kim for his Hawk Mountain Senior Portraits. It was a comfortably cool November late afternoon. The sun set through the leaf-less trees and cast that perfectly warm yellow glow that winter sun lays on the earth. I’m not sure if that’s something that us photographers really only notice or if everyone does, the way the sun changes with each season but I absolutely love how it does. We talked as we walked. Charlie’s post high school plans involve a big move out to California to live with his cousin. After spending a year or so there and establishing residency, there’s talk of attending college. He wasn’t too into the idea of portraits, most senior boys aren’t. Most are just there cause their moms are forcing them to be there, Charlie was one of the most. But I think by the end of the session, he was open to the idea. Even asking for certain spots and poses. Not to mention, he was pretty amazing at posing, wouldn’t you agree?!
Charlie, congratulations on graduating in the spring. I know this year hasn’t gone to plan, having to be virtual but I’m glad to hear you’re taking it with stride and trying to enjoy what you can. I hope California is all you dream it to be and more and that it will provide you with a life full of joy and contentment. Go and change the world hun!
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