We started out simple...a few photos among the autumn foliage, some beside the stream running through. It was fun, but I could tell we were not in Zak's element. Every parent wants the serious photos, the ones that look more 'formal'. He did a great job, and I love how the photos came out, but when we changed gears and he got into his sports uniforms, it was then he truly came out of his shell. He was finally feeling 'at home' and his did an amazing job posing for the camera. The photos down by the football field were fun to take. We went all over, but by the time we got to the baseball field, the gates were locked. It didn't stop us though, Zak was able to climb through the dugout and I simply grabbed my telephoto lens and peeked through the windows of the dugout and holes in the fence to grab a few fun photos. Some shoots are easy, some you have to work for, but it's all fun and that's why I love doing what I do! A good challenge is exciting! Congrats Zak, and best wishes for the future, I'm sure you're going to do great things!