Friday afternoon I was photographing senior portraits of two young women by the Cathedral of Learning at Pitt. ( no one actually says “University of Pittsburgh”)
In between their outfit changes, I photographed the tall tower in different lights.
see how the sun changes the color of the Indiana limestone? Magic
Then a bride and groom walked by, just married!
I asked if I might photograph them and they said, sure!
I even asked the groom to move a bit so his mouth wasn’t hidden. Sweet.
Those were some killer heels (in blue)
And then a woman walked by with balloons.
There was a beautiful tree
It was fun to see some different sights. And capture them, too.
All in all it was a magical afternoon, especially with the unexpected barefoot bride and the balloon woman.
Magic is the weekly photo challenge.
Author Dorothy Kunhardt
Illustrated by Garth Williams
the Weekly Photo Challenge. Nothing came to mind. Nothing in the archives.
“To change in appearance or form, especially strangely or grotesquely; transform.”
If you’re a Calvin and Hobbes fan you know all about the word already.
I didn’t know what it meant.
See before and after
Downloaded an App Face Goo and the after is on the right.
-Loved being in the passenger seat tonight while Steve drove home through the rain and wet leaves.
Jen H at WordPress has created the weekly Photo Challenge: Local.
What feels familiar, home. The places you know by heart. Local diner, local playground, local neighborhood, local church,local streets-I live in the city by a park.
I notice I shoot a lot of local coffee, too.
Here’s my iPhone local gallery. Pittsburgh.
Gallery of water in Washington for the H2O challenge
The first photo is Dry Falls you can barely see the kayakers, ant size.
Chief Joseph Dam near Bridgeport WA
Irrigation of apple orchard in Eastern Washington, Brewster.