Wednesday, July 16, 2008
There is a blogging book titled, "Nobody cares what you ate for lunch."
or something like that....
And well, Lynn and I kind of laugh at that,
cause that's how I blog.
I tell you what I ate and tell what we are doing.
You tell me what you ate and what you are doing.
And to be honest, it's just the way I keep a blog.
And I don't know how to do it any different.
And to tell you the truth,
I'm not in this for big numbers of people and book deals.
I like being able to recognize your names in the comments box.
And I really do like meeting new folks. A lot.
And for some reason, this style of blogging has brought such fun and fellowship
and the best and kindest comment section in the whole world....
So, I may not be avant-gard and sophistocated.
But that's okay.
I'm happy to be me.
Hanging with you.
Thanks for sticking around.
So on that note;
Here's what I made for lunch yesterday!
Ree's Farfalle with zucchini.
And then Emma and I went on a photo shoot!
She knows I love to do this and was a super willing model!
For months I have wanted to take pictures by these two large signs in downtown Madison.
I just loved how they turned out.
My friend Courtney is famous for her tipped shots. I love them.
So I copied her :o)
Go visit Courtney
Because of Emma's high heels, I had to hold the camera above my head and shoot.
This amused both of us.
But it works.
Thank you auto focus. I love you.
I ran some Totally Rad Actions on these two.
And this one.
Elvis has left the building!
Our second location was a real surprise. I wanted to take pictures by this train and was delighted to find
a great piece of open shade on one side!!!
It was a perfect spot for mid day shooting!
Thank you puff of wind. That was so nice of you.
Would you like to see the shoes?
And by the way. The light was so good. This is sooc.
This is so "old movie."
I hear Lara's theme.
I liked her eyes in this picture.
As you can imagine, there was a lot of this going on....
I love this picture. I love the look on her face and the fact that it is so fresh and clear.
And I didn't have to edit it.....
And well, the fact that my daughter can look at me like this...
with a big black camera in front of my face...
it just blows me away.
A black and white for the heck of it.
Again I was holding the camera above my head.
But beware...you will get a few of these ;o)
Thank you for indulging me by looking at ALL of those pictures.
It would be such a bummer not to be able to share them.
If you were to have portraits taken,
where would you like them to be taken?
Give me some ideas, please :o)
Encourage one another,