This senior photo shoot started out in Cassie’s back yard. We wandered around the surrounding woods and fields, stopping to shoot here and there, then headed over to great Grandma Elaine’s to capture some of the lake feeling with the cattails.
This shoot unexpectedly featured a few different animals. At first there was Ron the Rooster, then a bit later a coyote walked out from behind the big boulder we were headed to. Then to my surprise they took me into an old deer stand elevated in the tree. Inside this tree house like stand was a baby vulture, about the size of a chicken. That baby vulture didn’t like us one bit as it hissed away, telling us to scatter. I was looking around, a bit nervous, not sure if the parent vulture would be coming to protect the baby.
You never know what’s going to happen during a senior photo shoot in Sugar Camp, WI.
Cassie is my sisters grand child, my grand niece, I guess. Good luck next year at UW Stout Cassie! Hope you don’t hear any stories about me while you’re there!
The Story in in the Image.