11:25 am in Camera Unknown, Digital, Landscape, Natural Lighting, Pennysylvania, Travel by Terry Morrison
My daughter playing with bubbles …
Listening to: David Guetta, “When Love Takes Over Feat. Kelly Rowland [Electro Extended Version]“
2:14 am in Digital, Event, Natural Lighting, Nighttime, Nikon D90, Pennysylvania, People, Sports, Travel by Dorothy Sheehan
Don’t shoot me, Rays fans. Yes, I was at the Phillies game. I liked this image because the angle was different. I was trying to focus on the mascot and the children, but it was difficult with a glass shield in front of the lens. We were in foul ball territory. It was a lot of fun and we didn’t get hit. Most importantly, the camera didn’t get hit.
Listening to: The Rolling Stones ‘Wild Horses’
12:00 am in 35mm, Event, Family, Film, Minolta Maxxum 3, Natural Lighting, Pennysylvania, Portrait, Travel by Dorothy Sheehan
I took this photo on October 25, 2003 on my sister’s wedding day with an SLR camera. This is my very favorite of my sister. My brother had it in his apartment and I finally got it from him to scan as I had no copies. She was a beautiful bride, and it is such a happy memory.
Listening to: blues from a house on the next block
12:24 am in Architectural, Black & White, Digital, Olympus eVolt E-510, Pennysylvania, Travel by Scott Paquette
This hallway belongs to friend’s of ours that live in PA. Their house in built into the side of the hill so this is the only side of the house that has any natural light. We have been there many times but was never able to photograph it.
12:00 am in Black & White, Digital, Journalism, Landscape, Nature, Olympus eVolt E-510, Pennysylvania, People, Travel by Scott Paquette
I went to a wedding a few weeks ago in beautiful Fogelsville, PA. I saw the ring bearer and flower girl playing in the dirt in their wedding garb and had to get the shot.
12:00 am in Architectural, Digital, Fuji FinePix 2800, Landscape, Pennysylvania, Travel by David Evans
The recent news about Hershey outsourcing jobs to Mexico made me think of this photo. This was a great tunnel right next to the chocolate factory in Hershey, Pa.