My daughter . . . 1983. Even then I was chasing the light, but had no idea that’s what I was doing.
I should have known better. Tomorrow is Easter. They probably thought I wasn’t going to be there. While waiting for them to show, I headed out to shoot the bus yard and the surrounding area.
I keep putting it back together, and the kitties keep knocking the top off the catnip toy.
I have not been able to get out and shoot for several days. I’m about to lose my mind. Seriously.
But just because I haven’t been able to shoot, doesn’t mean I can’t post something.
Nina in the late afternoon sun. I actually got her to sit/stay and then I waited for her to turn her head.
“If a photographer cares about the people before the lens and is compassionate, much is given. It is the photographer, not the camera, that is the instrument.” – Eve Arnold
I caught these three walking past the exam area at the Medical Outreach Response Event (MORE) on Sunday, March 17th.