Kansas (along with a large portion of the rest of the United States) has been in a drought this past year. We are also in the middle of winter, which usually means that there isn’t a great deal of moisture around here, anyways. However, yesterday we had a nice rain shower that lasted most of the day. As I was looking out the window, I noticed the reflection in my antique truck. The tree, which has no leaves due to the winter climate, was reflected in the green of my truck. This image struck me that the rain we were getting will bring life (eventually) back to the trees, and they will be green (like my truck). It made me think of it as a foreshadowing of what is to come, in that in a few months’ time, the tree itself will also be green, not just a green reflection of the tree. Hope you all enjoy!
Rainy Day Reflections
The other day, a buddy of mine texted me and asked if I would be interested in shooting some photos. After discussing it, it turned out that he and his wife were wanting to get some senior photos done for their niece. I decided that I could do that for them. After a week of them discussing ideas, we got together yesterday for the photos. I actually had fun doing this, mainly because I got to find some new areas and get some “artistic” pictures for myself, too. So it was definitely a win-win. I took these photos under a bridge in Topeka, KS. The colors in the graffiti really stood out, giving some contrast to her black and white dress. I was very happy that we had some pretty good ones (I took over 500 photos in all, yesterday). I hope you all enjoy these!
Senior Photo with Graffiti
Senior Photo 2
Senior Photo 3