School Photos

Juggalo Regret - School Photos

Juggalo Regret

“Just one of my yearbook photos.”

(via source)

Reality Sets In - Kids

Reality Sets In

“My son on Monday and Friday of his first week of school. Welcome to reality, kiddo!”

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Putting Myself Into My Art - Kids

Putting Myself Into My Art

“When I was six I drew a self-portrait and added something extra for realism and pizazz. The next day was school picture day.”

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The Stoic Preschooler - Kids

The Stoic Preschooler

“When the teacher laughs while handing you the picture packet and says they tried everything they could, you know you’ve got a winner. When asked ‘Lilly, why didn’t you smile?’ Her response was simple: ‘I don’t like school and I don’t like to smile.’ And that will tell you everything you need to know about this 4-year-old.”

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Master Of Horror - School Photos

Master Of Horror

“The book. The hoop. The hair. Why? Small-town Ohio is why.”

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Bat In The Cave - Kids

Bat In The Cave

“From the photographer to the teachers in the school, how did nobody notice the huge bat in the cave?”

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I’m With The Band - Dad

I’m With The Band

“Circa 1984. Dad felt my school band photo failed to capture the spirit of my role in the North Stafford High School marching band, so he decided to stage a photo of me in my uniform…in the woods…in a chair that just happened to be there…without my sax. I think I look like the young regent of Sherwood Forest, perhaps its constable, given the bobby hat. In the truest sense of the term, this is an awkward family photo.”

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The Drowsy Kindergartener - Kids

The Drowsy Kindergartener

“These are my son’s original kindergarten photo and the retake. Somehow the retake was worse.”

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Benjamina Button - Kids

Benjamina Button

“I was born in 1981 but turned 55 in 1992.”

(via source)

Moon River - Photos

Moon River

Senior pictures are supposed to be keepsakes, marking the transition from the awkward teenage years to equally awkward young adulthood. That’s what rising high school senior Jillian Henry was hoping for when she ventured to the idyllic coast fork of the Willamette River near Mount Pisgah on Sunday.

Didn’t quite happen that way.

Jillian and her photographer, friend Elena Nesbit, were in the middle of their photoshoot when they had an unexpected encounter…with a naked man and his dog who were cooling off from the late-August heat.

Jillian posted the results with an understated caption, “love my senior pics,” and a viral photo was born. The photo has received more than 21,000 retweets and 66,000 likes since Sunday.

“I posted it and was super excited when it got to just a few hundred favorites, and then I went swimming and was out of cell service for a couple hours and when I got back into service it was at a few thousand and just kept getting more and more,” she told The Oregonian/OregonLive by text on Monday. “I never expected it to get that big.”

Jillian was surprised to become Internet-famous overnight.

“It’s kinda crazy when you think about how many people have seen that picture of you and that’s it’s a topic of conversation across the country,” she said, but added that all the replies have been “pretty positive.”

To date, the man and his dog both remain unidentified. We can only speculate what their core temperatures might be now.

If you are planning on taking senior photos, or any type of photos, in a river or other body of water, remember to check your framing first. A lesson we can all take to heart.

(via source)