A mother and daughter from Pennsylvania are hoping to become the first to take photos in public in a glass ball photo shoot.
Lydia and Michaela Kuehl of Springfield, Pennsylvania, are taking their photo shoot at the local library and library staff member and the photographer.
“It’s going to be fun and fun to see people smile and have a laugh,” said Lydia Kuehler, 30.
“It’s not just a job, it’s a family.”
The Kuehs have been taking a regular job at the Springfield Library since 2011, but it’s become a job for them now.
“This is a family.
I want to do it for as long as I can,” said Michaela.
They said the first time they took a photo, they took pictures for about three minutes and then decided to go for a longer time.
“We started thinking of how long we wanted to go to the library, but I had to say, you know, I’m going to do this because I love the library.
We’re doing it for fun,” said Lindsay Kuehel.
The Kues have been making a point to be creative with their photos, as they say, “You know, it would be funny if someone took my photo.
We just want to make a positive impact.”
The family also has other fun things planned, including a glass balloon photo shoot, a family photo, and a birthday photo.
The couple is hoping to be able to get a job as a photojournalist at the library in the future.
They also plan to take a photo with a glass, watercolor, or collage photo.
“I think it’s going be really cool for our kids to get to see their pictures, their friends’ pictures, so it’s fun for them to see,” said Lynda Kues.