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8/30/2011 ***There's just something about B&W portraits that tugs at me. Maybe it's the simplicity. But I think there is more to it than that. When I process portraits in B&W, I nearly always keep the color versions as well. But for some reason, the emotions seem more isolated and compelling in B&W.  [edit by david:  There's a short behind the scenes blog posting from this studio-on-the-go shoot here: http://blog.sundayschildsnapshots.com/wp/2011/08/austin-portrait-photographer/gabriel-behind-the-scenes/]
A bird shot! - Nov 24 2010  I must admit... I'm jealous... when I see all those great bird shots on the dailies. Last saturday in the woods I was also on the lookout for birds. I had just taken a few shots of a fungus species when I got a glimpse of these two here. Immediately I hit the deck... yes, it was wet and dirty... but I was determent to get my bird shot! I crawled slowly towards them making good use of the terrain to stay out of sight. The wind was coming towards me... good, they wouldn't smell me. Darn, suddenly a shallow puddle was blocking my way... should I give up... no way, not this time! I grab my camera between my teeth (for once it payed of to have a big mouth) and in commando style I crossed the muddy puddle. Finally there was just one dig tree between us... the were still there... so into each other that I stayed unnoticed. I took a deep breath... and rolled like Rambo from behind the tree shooting away at maximum speed. GOTCHA!!! In my enthusiasm I couldn't stop shooting... until I realized that they still weren't moving... when I looked up from the camera it became clear why... statues don't move, don't they!   Have a nice 'dry' day!
3.14.2010.  Poppy Seeds in Sunshine and Sprinklers  Hope you'll have a sunny spirit even if it's a cloudy day.   billiejean
7/9/13 - A soda fountain on Bainbridge Island, Washington.  Several of you wondered how the b/w shot of the Bremerton harbor fountains looked in the color version, so, for the first time, I've posted two shots on one day.  So, if you are interested, look for that color shot of the fountains.  Thanks for your comments on my b/w version of the Bermerton Harbor fountains.  I really appreciate your taking the time to stop by and comment.
May 25, 2011-Happy Pancho came running to greet me. He was out running on the path and I was trying to find some dragonflies. I can hear Pancho whining before I actually see him. Once he starts coming towards you: hold on to your camera and anything else you have on you. His owner told me he really isn't a people person? Really?? I get swamped with kisses and serenaded until I give him my undivided attention. I love this teddy bear. Thank you so much for all the comments on my photo yesterday, I still don't have a clue what it's called. I like starfish as a reference.  (Day 145:365 @sharkbayte)
Icicles hanging from a former merchant's home, now an apartment building. (Rybinsk)
Harley Portrait, '91 Heritage
Peeping Skull - Jan 19 2011  One from the archives... from the time my little friend were all around me. I miss them a lot :-)  Have a great day!
The Gathering - Nov 2 2010  This one is for Indigodreams... My friends the Ladybugs held a meeting for Breast Cancer Awareness. It was a bit cold outsides so they had to keep each other warm.  The last few days two walls of our house (east- and south side) are populated with many many Ladybugs... so I gently picked some of them off the wall and placed them on a soft tissue. They really seemed to enjoy the softness and the warmth of the morning sun because they were in no hurry to leave.  PS Not one Ladybug got hurt in the process ;-)
Semana 13 : Pequeño Colibrí
8/30/2011
***There's just something about B&W portraits that tugs at me. Maybe it's the simplicity. But I think there is more to it than that. When I process portraits in B&W, I nearly always keep the color versions as well. But for some reason, the emotions seem more isolated and compelling in B&W.

[edit by david: There's a short behind the scenes blog posting from this studio-on-the-go shoot here: http://blog.sundayschildsnapshots.com/wp/2011/08/austin-portrait-photographer/gabriel-behind-the-scenes/]

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8/30/2011 ***There's just something about B&W portraits that tugs at me. Maybe it's the simplicity. But I think there is more to it than that. When I process portraits in B&W, I nearly always keep the color versions as well. But for some reason, the emotions seem more isolated and compelling in B&W.  [edit by david:  There's a short behind the scenes blog posting from this studio-on-the-go shoot here: http://blog.sundayschildsnapshots.com/wp/2011/08/austin-portrait-photographer/gabriel-behind-the-scenes/]
8/30/2011
***There's just something about B&W portraits that tugs at me. Maybe it's the simplicity. But I think there is more to it than that. When I process portraits in B&W, I nearly always keep the color versions as well. But for some reason, the emotions seem more isolated and compelling in B&W.

[edit by david: There's a short behind the scenes blog posting from this studio-on-the-go shoot here: http://blog.sundayschildsnapshots.com/wp/2011/08/austin-portrait-photographer/gabriel-behind-the-scenes/]

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