On assignment for Portraiture I class. The dog days of summer are upon us and I couldn't resist playing on a series of photographs that exhibits active young women in a state of summer leisure or reflection. Unlike most of the photos shared on this blog, the subjects are lit with artificial light. I'm beyond grateful for each of the ladies time, assistance, and personal style that motivated me to push this assignment through.
I met up with Megan McDonald this evening for a barefoot stroll around the woods of the Flint River. After a week of dodging spring showers, today was no exception. We made the best of the available sunlight that was filtered by a light overcast. Megan pretty much carried this shoot the rest of the way with her natural elegance and ease in front of the camera. I'm so grateful for meeting Megan 2 years ago while what else…thrifting!
Thanks to Chris Vaughn for taking the time out of his busy schedule to meet up with me today in Cabbagetown for a quick shoot. I featured Chris here on A Thrift Life about 2 years ago shopping at a Goodwill in the suburbs of ATL. Mr. Vaughn is a Radiology Tech. at Emory Hospital and is getting married this Sunday in Atlanta's Grant Park.
As a rare winter storm dips in to the Deep South many schools and businesses around Metro Atlanta have opted to close today. As per usual, this has many Georgia residents in a frenzy stocking up on excessive quantities of groceries. However, as the first flakes drop one practical consumer is making sure she'll have a guaranteed source of heat by stocking up on of firewood.