Every now and again, Garry needs a new “head shot.” Back in the old days, this was almost always a black & white head and shoulder pictures. Black and white because these were often inserted into newspapers which until lately,… Read More ›
Time changes everything. It’s a given. Memorial Day is no different and that’s a shame. When I was a kid, Memorial Day was usually a family affair. It seems as if it was always sunny and warm for the gathering… Read More ›
This week the topic is: The Sides of Things.
A Photo a Week Challenge: Three of a Kind Last week, it was the rule of three, but this week, it’s three of a kind. This is pretty easy because I take the same pictures over and over hoping at least… Read More ›
Look what that MELANIE B CEE gave me? What a sweetheart! That’s not a white elephant. That’s a saving grace! From Melanie: Okay, my gift recipients are … cough, cough … VICTIMS … cough, cough, cough …are the following: Marilyn (yeah I’m… Read More ›
RDP Tuesday: Broadcast More than 40-years in professional broadcasting and Garry still can’t post for a still portrait. He is so used to being shot on videotape or film, he feels he has to move and while that may look… Read More ›
Weekly Photo Challenge: The Other Half Garry and I are shooting the waterfall. It’s him and me, so of course, we have to take pictures of each other shooting each other. Our two halves!
A Photo a Week Challenge: Attitude & #FOWC I once took a series of pictures of Garry. All of them came out kind of dull. He looked at them. I looked at them. He said, “Why didn’t you tell me I… Read More ›
I really haven’t been getting out there to take pictures. Between Garry’s surgery and the intensely hot, steamy weather, it just hasn’t been all that inviting outside. But, yesterday, because Owen had just hacked down the insanely overgrown forsythia hedge… Read More ›
Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Close ups There was a time not so long ago when head shots — close-ups — were standardized in black & white. That’s the way they were done. Possibly, it was because they were… Read More ›