September 30, 2016
I’m eager to share Delilah’s senior session. I’d heard about Delilah from many of Tina’s stories so I knew she was a very strong, independent and beautiful girl. Appropriately, I expected nothing else but a wonderful session. We then set a date for Delilah’s Waterfront Park senior photos on an early Monday morning and off we went.
We walked along Waterfront Park and stopped wherever my little heart desired, occasionally catching a Pokemon or two. (kidding!…kind of)Just as expected, Delilah had no qualm when I would ask her to walk this way, go that way, turn here, come back this way. She’s a trooper. As we walked, Delilah expressed her dreams to study with the Arizona Sun Devils. She’s visited the campus and loves the area. And I’m sure, with her determination and will, she will be nothing less than a ASU college freshmen next year. But seriously, this girl has a great smile.
As we walked, we found some green, some water and some urban areas on the way. I love how much diversity we found during her waterfront park senior photos.
If you look at the next image on the left, I call this my “creepy close shot,” I get awkwardly close to my clients for the headshot. But seriously, it’s always worth it. Also, I always say “I’m doing my creepy close shot” so they tend to laugh it off with me.
So thank you so much Tina & Delilah (and little bud Joey!) for spending the morning with me and letting me capture some great senior photos at the waterfront!