Charlottesville Portrait Session: Josh

Do you ever have one of those weeks when Monday seems like months ago? It’s not been a bad week, just busy, but I was thinking about what I did on Monday, and I could barely remember! This past weekend was also eventful with a wedding on Saturday (more on that later!) and then a trip to Charlottesville’s Downtown Mall (or the DM as my friend Jen likes to call it) for a senior portrait session with one of my favorite former students, Josh.

Josh is totally unflappable. He’s just so easy-going, level-headed and completely easy to be with. John and I had a great time just walking around the Mall talking with Josh about his senior year, soccer, college, Flight of the Conchords, how it can be awkward to have 300 pictures taken of you, and whatever else. He was a great sport as I had him stand and sit in front of dozens of random doors and walls, down alleys and in trees. Speaking of random (and totally awesome) doors…..

I was like a kid in a candy store with all the colors and textures of the buildings. I’m thinking Josh looks pretty sharp as well.:-)

Don’t railroad tracks make for great senior pics!? I love how your eyes are just drawn to the lines.

Well, that’s all for now, folks. Thanks for stopping by the blog. Josh, it was great to hang out with you for a bit. Have a great senior year!
Un abrazo,
Natalie
cathy wicks - September 18, 2010 - 3:38 pm

wow- these are awesome!thank you so much!
this is going to be hard to pick..i loved the doors and brick! his niece is going to love the railroad pics…she loves her uncle josh!

Michelle - September 20, 2010 - 2:23 pm

Wow! These are great! Cathy, I love the black and white! Natalie–keep up the great work! I love them!

jeannine - September 23, 2010 - 11:37 pm

Ok, now these pics have reached a new height. The walls and doors really added a creative dimension and so cool. I loved them. You’ll need to poke around C’ville for more antiquated backdrops. I could see weddings dresses in the forefront too.
Love, MOM

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