Supposedly it was going to rain, but it wasn't going to be anything too problematic. Well. You know how the weather goes.
Soaking wet, with dripping hair and squishy socks, I tried to get to the building on campus for my shoot with Erin as the rain pummeled down. Perhaps biking in the rain wasn't one of my best ideas, but regardless I would have been soaked anyway. I was just glad that at least I wasn't the one being photographed and I was keeping my fingers crossed that Erin looked nothing like my wet self.
We had a bit of trouble with parking (gotta love university parking), but eventually we made it to our photography destination. I am a big fan of shooting outdoors, and most of my non-music sessions happen outdoors. However, one of the buildings on campus caught my eye with its lovely assortment of plants. The collection appears to always being changing (once they had a cactus and some sort of spiraling plant in there), and the pretty greens against the white walls made a nice sort of contrast that I was intrigued by. I was thrilled upon scoping it out to find that they had added to their collection and had an even wider assortment of pretty plants just waiting to be photographed, and I was itching to get in there with my camera.
So despite the truly disgusting weather, Erin showed up like a beam of sunlight complete with the cutest yellow top and yellow sunglasses. As everyone cleared out for the weekend, we stayed in the thankfully dry entrance of the building with lots of happy plants and photographed away.
I am struggling not to post every single shot from this session, it was so wonderful. I guess it goes to show I should take photos indoors a little more often!