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A teenager, a bathrobe-clad senior year and the pictures go viral, while his mother is in “very unhappy” with the photos

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An intrepid Indiana teenager has become an overnight sensation after his one-of-a-kind: senior year portraits – the young man who was in a field, in a robe – went viral. However, the 17-year-old mother is reportedly ‘very unhappy’ with the images, and the plans for her son, and what is more “mother-right” will be discussed in the near future.

The photographer, Tiffany Clark, didn’t expect anything out of the ordinary, while, recently, the preparation of the student, and high schooler Evan More, for a close-up of a day’s reports. Even though the Portage is a teenager, it came in the box for a special last year on a shoot with a backpack filled with clothes, “picked out by his mother,” the younger ones had a much more intimate vision for the portrait session.

“I know exactly what I’m doing,” More to remember, any standard button-down and trousers, his mother included. Surely his next move would make him a “legend” and the jokester in a position to be informed by Clark that he would be wearing a navy bathrobe for pictures.

The photographer, Tiffany Clark, didn’t expect anything out of the ordinary, while, recently, the preparation of the student, as a high schooler, Evan is More shown for its close-up.
(With thanks to the Chaos, and Clark Photography )

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“I was like,” This is what your mother sent you. I don’t know,'” Clark recounted, “The Indianapolis Star. “And he’s like, ‘no, No, this is what I’m wearing.’

“He’s being stubborn. He absolutely refused to have anything to do, except in his bath robe. I didn’t want to have to do it, and I couldn’t stop laughing,” Clark continued. “When I’m at home, I had 95 pictures of him in his bathrobe, to do strange things.”

On Sunday, she shared silly photos to the Facebook page for her new photography business — even though they never expected them to go as far as they did.

In the series of photos, More living rooms, a big smile and the love in your bathrobe, in a post that has since been held about 224,000 times, the sparks are about 113,000 shares, and nearly 40,000 comments.

“He’s being stubborn. He absolutely refused to have anything to do, except in his bath robe. I didn’t want to have to do it, and I couldn’t stop smiling,” the photographer said of her work.
(With thanks to the Chaos, and Clark Photography )

The Fans agreed that the teen would be sure to cherish it for the “invaluable” senior photos for a lifetime.

“You are your own person. “Love it!” a commentator yelled.

“This guy, he’s amazing,” another agreed.

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“You are your own person. “Love it!” a commentator yelled.
(With thanks to the Chaos, and Clark Photography )

In spite of all the hype, is a very important part of the family, was skeptical about the product — More mother -, by Heather Waters.

“My first reaction was, ‘Oh my gosh, I can’t believe that he really did it,” Waters told the Chicago Tribune. “And my second thought was, is this going to affect him getting into college?”

As the parent, is reported to have warmed up to the animation of the photo’s, and Clark says that they have it and More promised for the Water that they are even more photos which are more “mom-appropriate clothes, it will report to you Today.

The do-over, a photo will eventually be displayed in a “real” frame in their living room.

“She loves everyone, she loves them and they reflect who I am as well, but it’s still very, very unhappy with them with my old photos,” More, there is a rising senior at Portage high School, he said.

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In a broader sense, the teen says he does not regret his one-of-a-kind, photo-shoot, which has won him praise as a “legend” by friends and strangers alike.

“I’ll be honest with you, I thought of myself as a legend, and before that I was doing this,” he thought. “This took it to the next level.”

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