Monday, January 31, 2011

Lost Photographs of 2010 - Part 6 (Nature)

Alright friends, this is the last installment of the series "Lost Photographs of 2010", I promise (I think)!  But thanks for letting me share.  It was fun to go back through my pictures and reclaim lost gems.  Here is the last category: nature.

And a few extras from a different category that I forgot to post earlier:

teehee :)

Sunday, January 30, 2011

Lost Photographs of 2010 - Part 5 (People)

I may have posted some of these before but that's ok.  I like them enough to post them again! :)

What's so awesome about the picture above (besides the fact that it's Lizzy!) is that she had taken my sunglasses and given me her hat - a hat who she hated to have off her head!

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Lost Photographs of 2010 - Part 3 (Kristin)

Last spring, I went with some friends to Harrison Bay State Park on a lovely, breezy, sunny afternoon.  I was just enjoying the sunlight and red sand so much that I couldn't help but get shutter-happy! :)  Since Kristin and I were already planning on doing a senior photo shoot, I decided to take lots of pictures of her to see if I could get any good ones.  The pictures from her photo shoot a few weeks later turned out so well though that I never revisited the pictures from Harrison Bay.  I found them the other day, did a little editing, and here they are! :)

Lost Photographs of 2010 - Part 2 (Dad)

Last January, I was home in Massachusetts recovering from my accident and surgery.  My Dad came home from work and his collar was accidently popped up and the lighting was really stark.  I thought he looked like he was modeling and the following is what ensued.  My Dad is the best.  He has an awesome sense of humor and was a great sport during my "photoshoot".  We had fun :)

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Lost Photographs of 2010 - Part 1 (Foggy Night)

I took these pictures on a foggy friday night in March, 2010.  The evening was incredibly moody - the mist hung in the air like a weighted blanket, and the street lamps struggled to cast their golden hues out into the encroaching darkness.  I strolled along the promenade just reveling in the beauty of it all.  For some reason, I never posted the pictures.  Probably because the magic of the night just refused to be fully expressed on camera.  But I tried, and it has taken until now to share.  Forgive the blurriness - that's what 10 second exposures without a tripod will do.