Cinco Ranch senior portraits--
Well school may not really be out forever, but for this senior girl, her high school days are over and she's moving forward. Meet Barbara, a beautiful and sweet recent grad from Cinco Ranch High School.
Barbara's mother and I chatted back and forth a while before settling on a location for Barbara's senior portraits. She wanted something that said really represented Katy, so the Railroad Park it was with an extra stop near the old rice driers that tell of Katy's history in rice farming.
The day of Barbara's session, we didn't have the nicest weather. Unfortunately it was a little gloomy, wet and cool. But Barbara had very few days available for portraits, so we had to go ahead and shoot while she was available. But like other rainy day sessions, we worked with the weather God gave us and still made beautiful portraits. Actually, some of my favorite portraits of Barbara ended up being the ones of her in her furry, hooded parka. If we didn't have that little bit of cool weather, she probably never would have thought to be photographed in that jacket. Things always work out, right?
For the record, the photos on the caboose are not on live railroad tracks, nor do I condone the use of railroad tracks for portraits. This is about a 30 foot section of railroad tracks in a park.