Clay is graduating! It is a strange thing seeing boys grow into men. A good type of strange though. Especially considering a young man of character like Clay. We had a grand time shooting and he was patient during all my experimenting. Also, when we finally got to the woods the sun was already setting! I hadn’t considered how much earlier the sun has been setting than it did in the summer. So, it was also my first time wrapping up a senior shoot in the pitch dark. It’s always fun to try new things. Also, Clay’s dad was able to join us for a portion and we had some fun skipping rocks on the White River. (Just in case you’re wondering, I shot the last image on my Holga… XD)

A special shout out to Kristi and Caleb respectively who helped me out with these images. You make these shoots run like clockwork.

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