I'll be posting a few different photography posts from my visit to Washington, but today, my post will be about Tye. I've known Tye and his family since I was a little girl. Our families have been friends for many years. We would go camping every summer together at Sun Lakes in Eastern Washington. I remember trying to learn how to water ski from Tye's parents and I think I swallowed half the lake! We lost touch for about 15 years, but recently, we've all reconnected. Tye's older sister Leah has become a great friend of mine over the last year and she's in the Bay Area as well. Tye and Leah's mother Rachel, asked if I could take some photographs of Tye. Tye just got back from Afghanistan about a month ago. We're all thankful he stayed safe. I don't think I've seen Tye since he was a little boy. Now, he's a soldier and a grown up! Thanks Tye for serving and protecting our great nation!
For the photo shoot, we met down at Owen's Beach at Pt. Defiance. We climbed up a hillside to get some of the forest shots and then headed over to the Logging Site for the railroad shots. I was so happy that the rain subsided and we were able to get some really nice shots of Tye! I don't think Tye's eyes are closed in any of these pictures, hee hee! :) Enjoy!
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