The greatest part of having things “slow down” is, when you are used to working 16-18 hour work days to stay afloat, you keep working 16-18 hour work days until EVERYTHING is complete. A wonderful byproduct of this would be extra time for more frequent blog posts!
This session was at the tail-end of another Dallas-Houstin-Austin swing, something that has become a ridiculously common weekend routine for me. I cram my schedule with things like this for one reason and one reason only: the photos are always worth it. Dallas/Fort Worth is a fantastic spot for photography, but heading out of the Metroplex for some new spots keeps things fresh, even if I never plan on returning to that specific location for photos again.
We had this session at Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas. I had personally never been here before, and a Google search to see what other photographers had done here yielded absolutely nothing.
With school being out of session for the summer, we basically had full run of the entire campus without the onslaught of students everywhere. In fact, the only person I saw aside from my couple was the groundskeeper, who consequently turned off the one fountain on campus that we were going to shoot in front of, but all was definitely not lost. Check it out!