Lynda didn’t have a chance to take her high school senior portraits in the fall, so when she contacted me for last minute spring portraits, I was all to happy to meet her in Boston on a fine spring day. And the springtime suited this rocking dancer, as she rocked her portrait session!
We met at the Boston Marriott Long Wharf, and began our photo session just outside, taking advantage of the oceanside venue. Wanting to get the sun behind us, we walked down Long Wharf to the end, stopping to use the old brick of the Chart House. Ending at the pavilion, we were finally able to get the sun where we wanted it, and the water in the background. It was a short hop to the aquarium to take advantage of the unique architecture and textures. From there, we walked a few blocks into the North End, with the old narrow alleys, and unique textures giving us a completely different look. Heading back to the Marriott, Lynda wanted to take a few photos in the outfit she’ll be wearing in an upcoming dance performance. So we headed down in the other direction, pausing at the steel sculptures before heading to Rowes Wharf to finish the session under the Boston Strong flag that was proudly hanging fron the famous arch.