Gorgeous!!! Praying for you all still!!
You had me at Mr. Adams terrific smile and 70s fashion explosion. Ok, it didn't take that long. You had me at the hotel lettering. But Mr. Adams' smile and fashion sealed the deal. :-D
Love all your pretty street photography! That's definitely one of your niches!
Adding to Maddy's comment, I think you have that special knack of seeing (and capturing) beauty in ordinary everyday things and moments.
Everything about this is amazing. Finding the joy, the 'red', in an ordinary day. You're inspiring me in all kinds of ways!
Oh these are so great! I love the old signs and the little girl on the tricycle and the balloons! Great shots!
Great shots! Love how you focused on "red".
Gosh, Becky. Your creative eye and visual talent never ceases to amaze me.
You are the most amazing street photographer! I love that first hotel. And also Gary's dad in red. Hugs to you. I know your hearts are blue.
As one of the commenters said....beauty in the ordinary. Nothing ordinary about your work though Becky.Loved every one.
Wow! LOts of Red goodness! I hope you got these in print to share with others.. Love the rooster , apple, tractor . Love it all ! Tells such a neat story with no words
Great photos! I happen to love the simplicity of the one of the red Converse (Chuck) sneak!
Any color this type of year is nice , but red sure makes a pop! Always like looking at your photos.
Lovely photos my friend. Is that Gary's Dad in the 70's era photo?? Love it.XO
the divine lorraine hotel. (((smiles)))this is the first time we have taken a similar photo. it is a favorite landmark of mines for infinite reasons. i adore this capture of yours. before i even saw the rest, i said "i am going to love this post". you and street photography were made for each other. you and searching for red in the world is just reason for you to seek and find another way to express that dynamic view of the world you have. also, i like that there is a blend of farm life/urban life in your blog post. it's a glimpse into your world, your colorfully lit world, and this was the perfect color to highlight such (also, also, not to be technical: but i LOVED the pop and blend of blue + red, red + yellow in several of the photos).i love you, my friend. my heart is holding yours (*i saw that vintage red pic...and i smiled). beautiful post.
Great Post! :D
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