It's Black & White Wednesday at Lisa's blog, The Long Road to China...a chance to share your favorite black & white photography. Join in and you'll be glad you did!
When you are the one who is always behind the camera, you end up with lots and lots of photos of everyone in your family...except yourself.
Don't get me wrong, I am not complaining. I am much more comfortable behind the camera than I am in front of it. That's just who I am. I prefer to be in the background, out of the spotlight.
So I thought I'd step out of my comfort zone and post a photo of me that I came across while cleaning off the hard drive. The photo is from last year. I was doing a photo shoot of the kids when Jason stole the camera and coaxed me into taking a few of me. I like this photo because it shows a different side of me. One where I'm not smiling. Anyone who knows me, knows I can usually be seen with a big 'ole smile on my face. But I really am a deep thinker, always over analyzing, or to put it more kindly, contemplating something. To me, this photo captures that side of me. And I really prefer it in black and white. The contrast of the brick and the sunlight shining in the window is captured really well in black & white...
Thanks for stopping by. I'm looking forward to seeing what you all have to share this week!