Earlier on, when I first ventured into the world of photography, I had a fear of running out of locations to shoot. But that fear was quickly extinguished. The reality is that photography is all about the person in the picture. You can take the same location and shoot the same pose multiple times, but the face in front of the lens is what brings the location to life. Because each individual is delightfully unique, each shot is as if it's the first time I've shot at this location.
Photography gives me a small window into each person as they step in front of the camera. This is why I love what I do.
I know that when a guy steps in front of my camera, there are probably 300 other things they would rather be doing with their time. And while I'm sure Mac had a few better ideas of how he could be spending his evening, he put on a brave face, treated me like I wasn't the last person he wanted to spend the evening with and as a result, I came home with some good laughs and great shots. I think I even heard the words, "This isn't so bad" escape his mouth at one point...I'll take it Mac. I'll take it.
Everything this guy does, he goes all in. And not only does he do it well; it's with respect and integrity. He's someone you're proud to call "teammate," "friend," or "family." Just an all around solid kid. His parents have raised him well.
Enjoy your senior year Maguire. Everything you do, give it all you've got. I'm pretty sure that once again, we will all get to say, "Its a good time to be a Warrior!" Thanks for toughing out the 90 degree temperatures and spending the evening with me! It wasn't that bad, was it? ;-)
Great pictures can't believe he's a senior already
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