I have four unrelated images for you today that I’ve made over the last two days. I will get back to my Nashville session soon as I have a lot of photos to still share from that journey.
I made this image because it’s not something you see everyday. We were at the lock and dam and realized this large tug was locking through the dam. I though it unique that it was riding on a sea of grass and flowers. 🙂
I never get tired of photographing wildlife even the Ringed-Bill Gull. I have hundreds (probably thousands) of images of them but they are fun to watch and to photograph.
I drove to DeWitt yesterday because our young Interns developed a really great recycling program for the DeWitt school and they presented it yesterday. Like one of the speakers said at the presentation, “If you’re worried about the younger generation, don’t be.” These individuals are quality people, incredibly smart, and just fun to be around. It was my pleasure to work with them over the eight week period.
Many of our staff from different banks attended the ribbon cutting ceremony. I’m very proud to work for an organization that gives so much to the communities we are in and helps individuals develop and grow.
That’s it for today. Back to the Nashville images tomorrow. Thanks for stopping by the blog. Enjoy your day and be careful.
A couple more portraits for you today from the Intern Photo Shoot of last week. I’m pretty happy with the results of this particular shoot and as I look back over my learning curve of the last ten years I have made progress. Long way to go but it’s a journey.
These young folks are so much fun to be around. They are super smart and personable. My interaction with them aside from the photography is to teach a weekly leadership class. I really enjoy that and hopefully they will derive some benefit from the lessons.
I have to admit I was a total veg yesterday. Jeanne and Paula (other grandma) set with the grand kids most of the day yesterday as Angie and Ben had an engagement to attend. Jeanne’s favorite thing to do is be with the grand kids. So since they had dual coverage I had a list of things I wanted to do. Didn’t do one thing but napped most of the afternoon. I’m so ashamed. 🙂
A friend asked me last week if there was anything I don’t like about portrait photography. That was an easy question. I do not like the set up and tear down. It’s a lot of work and time intensive. I’m usually nervous about getting everything right so that adds to the mix. It would be wonderful if I had a studio where I could just leave everything set up and achieve a consistent look. Right now my slogan is “Have studio, will travel.” 🙂
That’s it for today. Thanks for stopping by. Enjoy your day and be careful.