Friday, September 2, 2011

The Lyric Theatre Series - The Photographer's Eye


This last trip to the Lyric Theatre, my photography buddies Mike, LaTrelle and Rip joined me.  As I was leaving the hallway that led to the balcony, Mike Callahan was setting up his next photograph.  I got off a quick shot (without my tripod, as usual)  as I went down the stairs.

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9 comments:

Cloudia said...

your shot says a lot to those of us who 'shoot.'


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Luis Gomez said...

Great shot Virginia! Beautiful!

Bibi said...

Nice one...I hate it when I have to bend down....and someone sees me get up....

Thérèse said...

This moment of stillness when you feel alone concentrated on the scene.
Nice.

brattcat said...

it would have been an entirely different shot with a tripod. i love what this says about history and about the need to preserve the past.

Virginia said...

Bibi,
The squatting down all these years is what the Dr. says did my knees in. I regret that I have to modify it now in order to get down low, which is what I like to do!

Bibi, I hate the tripod and it's a joke with my buddies that I'll do just about anything to get around it. My shots are often not tack sharp, this one included, because of my stubbornness.

Daryl said...

That is one excellent shot .. its nice to see things the way the photog is seeing 'em

Birdman said...

I still like it. Gotta vintage feel to it.

Jilly said...

Oooh, I do love this one.