Watching Them Go
Working a Senior session with a parent is always a little wake up call to how quickly childhood years really do go by.
This is Mason, and his family is watching him experience all the "lasts" a senior year provides.
While taking pictures, I'm always interested in hearing stories that have filled their last eighteen years.
Sharing memories that have shaped their kids into the adult that they are becoming. And when the parent begins to speak, it feels like hallowed ground. We are often times standing in places where these memories were made. Baseball fields, football fields, barnyards, backroads, parks...
I get to see that look in the parents eyes. They are reliving moments that they will carry with them, as their senior prepares to step out.
Mason, from the first picture to the last of the evening, I had a great time with you. You will do well! Thank you for letting your mom gush, and allowing me to capture a few moments that encapsulate some pretty great moments of your growing-up years. Enjoy all your "lasts." You'll be making some pretty great memories.
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