Nathan is a Columbia High Senior focused on all the right things … school, baseball, and computers. He stands 6’3″, plays pitcher and shortstop, and has a great serious look that I just loved. When I told him this, he said “I have to have a serious look … I’m a pitcher … it’s good for intimidation” and of course with that he broke out into a big laugh. Nice kid, no doubt about it. Seniors get treated extra special as we drive all over the country to find the best spots and literally spend two picture-crazy hours together. His folks came along for the ride and were the best of sports, but did have a laugh or two over some of the places I stopped at. For example, one stop — an old pink and white deserted business — said it’s always given them the creeps. Those creepy places make for the best pictures. Just tell me it isn’t true when you see Nathan at the pink and white building below. Another stop? The backside of a bar … you should have seen their faces when they took a longer look and said “is this a bar???” The “bars” on the windows in the pictures after the “bar” pictures also have no implications:-) They were all purely for background purposes I assure you. Ah, you know I’m just having a little fun — this family was awesome to work with and such nice people — and thank you, John, for your awesome reflector skills. Best of everything in your senior year Nathan — you have a great future ahead. 🙂
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