what I would prefer nowadays! Senior portraits should be fun and relaxed and this was exactly what Kyle’s session was like. I can’t speak for him, but I think he would agree that taking senior portraits at his second home (the golf course) made the process a lot less painful! Kyle lives on the golf course and even after we were finishing up his session and there was only a little bit of light left, he headed back out to shoot a few more holes.
I don’t understand golf. My brother plays and I try to be interested. Evidently it must be fun and Kyle must be pretty awesome at it because he’s going to play for Randolph Macon next year! Kyle is one of our senior guys at church and Michael and I are both sad that he’s graduating! That is going to be the hardest thing for us this summer. We’re not ready to see all of these awesome seniors leave for school. We want more time with them!! So Kyle, you’re going to be pretty close and we better see you every now and then! Michael and I enjoyed riding on the golfcart, finding sketchy dirt roads for pictures and trying to get you to do a “model face” without laughing! But even more than that, we loved getting to be a part of this next step in your life. We’re so excited for you!!!!!
Now THAT’S a good model face!
Kyle, if you have poison ivy because of this shot, I apologize…. but these were worth it!
ps. These were taken last Wednesday evening….only a few miles from Oilville where the tornado hit! Yikes!! The clouds that were rolling in gave us some nice diffused light though!