Senioritis: Camp Dainava
For those of you who know me personally, you know that for one week a year I return to the place of my childhood dreams. I volunteer at Camp Dainava, which is a Lithuanian Heritage Camp. Within those acres we study and celebrate our roots. Whereas I was once a camper, I am now a teacher. I watch many children pass through our weeks together with the same awe and joy that I had as a child. It's no wonder, then, that it is a popular location for Senior Portraits.
As the seniors (and I) are workers, we wake up mighty early to fit in photos before the camp awakens and the full day of activities begin. I had the pleasure of snapping up this guy bright and early- while donning a suit! I loved the idea of him wearing a suit in our woodsy locale. He also changed into one of his own creations. He is using his artful eye and creative mind to design t-shirts that celebrate our Lithuanian ties! (The one he is wearing is a total mind bending Gedimino Stulpas (Coat of Arms). If you need this great shirt, let me know and I'll pass on your contact info.)
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