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One of my favorite places for senior pictures in southeast Michigan is definitely Ann Arbor. Not simply because The University of Michigan is my alma mater, but because the town has some incredible locations to use for senior pictures!
Noah is a Class of 2014 Senior at Pioneer high school so we started his session at “The Rock” at the corner of Hill and Washtenaw.
“Ann Arbor’s most famous Glacial Erratic” is located at the corner of Washtenaw Avenue and Hill Street. What started as a sizable 25-ton chuck of Canadian limestone, “The Rock” was moved to its current location in 1932 and became a memorial honoring George Washington on his 200th birthday. It was originally painted grey and had an affixed plaque honoring Washington. As college rivalries go, Michigan State University fans painted a large green “S” on it before a football game in the 1950s which started the current tradition of painting it. Even since then, it has become the canvas to thousands of gallons of paint. According to the Michigan Daily, the plaque was last seen in 1982 and is buried beneath a foot of paint. Those who have seen it, don’t doubt it in the slightest!
I know Noah’s family and friends are anxious to see the images from his Ann Arbor senior pictures session, but I still have a lot of work to do to finish going through all of them. I selected some of my favorites so far and included them as a sneak peek. Please be sure to leave him a comment below!
If you are interested in scheduling an Ann Arbor senior pictures session, I would love the opportunity to work with you! Please feel free to contact me online or 313-883-9500 for additional information and available dates.