SENIOR SESSION: Isaac CO2018

Isaac's session took place in the morning...during one of the lovely Indian summer temperature days...
(aka: holy moly it was hot)

He and his family have a love and a passion for the town and the people of Delaware...therefore, it made sense to take our time wandering around the city. 

Little did we know that the people of Delaware were going to "give back" that day...

Senior sessions are about telling the "story" of the first 18 years...NO, we don't go back to childhood rompers, but we focus on the young adult that they are becoming...we try to showcase the character qualities, unique interests and personalities that have formed them...grown them into who they are becoming...

Isaac loves music and plays in a band. We found a spot that "fit" and he began the process of getting the guitar strapped on.  The case is large and heavy, so it was setting on the ground, opened, as he got things situated. 

We moved into a position where he could freely play and where I could find the best light...

all the while, passersby are just watching and going about their own business...

until...

One gentlemen stood there for a minute checking it all out...

his eyes roamed from the guitar, to Isaac, to his case...

he saw his parents and myself, watching and waiting for Isaac to get the guitar in place...

it was at that moment, that the gentlemen threw some cash into the case, said, "rock on!" and then continued on his way...

We all stood there dumbfounded for a second..."did he just put money in your case for playing?" our eyes questioned, with our mouths unmoving, out of astonishment...

That is definitely something that adds even more to his "story" for sure...

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With a little photoshop magic, we also made a special sign for his place of employment...

just these little story elements that complete the picture...

Congrats Isaac...looking forward to seeing all that God has in store for you! 















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