For my very first school photo at Byers Grade School, I'm sure my hair was in place when I left home. However, the
school photographers used to pass out these little combs before it was
our turn to climb up into the portrait chair. Being the little rule
follower I was, I probably tried to use that comb to "fix" my hair. I
"fixed it" all right.
Experience is a good teacher: I seem to recall telling Jill not to use the comb so conveniently provided before Lifetouch photos at school. As I was wandering around in the corral the other day, I couldn't help but think about taking class photos.
So, here are some from the County
Line Class of 2021. (Of course, it always seem to be "picture day" on the County Line, so it's likely there will be "retakes" along the way.
You know that classmate who was invariably out of line on the way to the lunch room, where the school photographer was set up? No. 104 found its way to the "lunch room," all right.
Those professional photographers always want to see a little attitude. No. 103 has that in spades.
Others have that "I'm king of the mountain!" attitude. (You know there was at least one in your class.)
Accessories always make a picture pop. That red feed bunk is just the right one.
Sometimes, you'd rather take a nap than get gussied up and pose.
There are helicopter parents in every classroom, right?
And sometimes you'd rather hide from the camera lens.
I can relate!