A friend of mine died this week. She was my brother’s mother-in-law, Gertrude Peterson.
Every time I saw her, she would laugh, and put her hands into a V under her chin as a sort of NASA docking station for my chin and give me a smooch on the lips.
She was in her late 80s.
Those are some of the best moments of my life.
Blipped by noretreat61
Vacuuming the scene with sweeping movements, or pans, doesn’t work well for the most part.
It is a problem as more and more students and teachers use flip cameras and other video production.
In general, this is a rule of thumb … for an example of the good, watch the video below:
I’ve been reading up on taking portraits.
This is what happens when you take the study of portraiture and apply it to something you truly love.
Click on the photo for a closer look. Click on it again to get closer. (I think it’s tasting you back.)