Friday, November 02, 2007


My feet hurt...

I took this photo at the Zoo. It was near the end of our visit and I liked this lady's expression as she rubbed her poor feet! You can certainly clock up a few miles wandering around Chester zoo.

I've worked two long days - just got in from a "Friends" event about an hour ago. It looks like the weekend will be really hectic. Sometimes it feels like we are on a treadmill - always running, never getting anywhere, never having the time to stop and reflect and enjoy stuff. That's why I'm glad I "wasted" half an hour or so on Wednesday taking the Shield Bug pics. I hope I can grab a few minutes to take some autumn colour photos on Sunday too.

We got prints of the wedding photos today to send to the bride and groom; we are both really pleased with how they turned out! A nice enough mix of formal and informal shots - nothing spectacular but nothing disasterous either. I'm very relieved and happy!

I spent some time this evening with a very special friend. I hope he knows how much I value him.

6 comments:

photowannabe said...

Great catch CG. I can almost feel her pain too. Her sari is a beautiful lavender.

picperfic said...

great photo! the composition is perfect and the subject is amusing...this would get top marks at a camera club photo contest! Special friends are great to spend an evening with....and I'm so happy that you got and are still getting good feelings from that wedding! x

JoAnn - NL "My digital eyes" :) said...

Hi Cj Julie,
I hope the eveing was fine, enjoy!

I love the feet-photo+text, haha:) You could see/write that only.... sharp eyes/mind uuh?

take cre my dear this weekend, there's only one you! I am curious about the wedding pics, you said they are good.... I hope so,

I made a studio-boiled egg (sunday my blog), I wonder what you think, I tried a new style... just let me know, I like your opinion.

have agreat weekend, take care my friend hugh:)JoAnn xx

artisbliss said...

Oh, I feel for this lady. We visited my brother in Omaha recently and went to their wonderful zoo. All up and down hills, miles and miles of it. I needed a stretcher at the end!

Akelamalu said...

Great shot. Glad the wedding photos turned out good. x

JAM said...

Cool, one wedding under your belt (do they have this expression over there?) and from now on any more weddings will be easier to shoot, at least on your nerves it will be easier.