I will make you famous
Today I met up with my friend Toby to test out my 85mm lens. It is official, I love it and worth every penny. Toby needed some new head shots and as the sun decided to cooperate so we went to my local common to get the shoot underway. It was a beautiful but freezing day and I tried to get the shots as quickly as I could. I am pretty happy with these, I hope Toby is as well.
So very proud
It is nice to think we all have many talents and when you are in the creative industry it helps if you explore all the options cause we all know it can be a tough ride. So after two years my boyfriend handed me the first draft of his play. I was so excited and proud. I mean we have had many discussions about it so to see it 'finished' and on paper made me very happy. Now excuse me as I get started and see how the story unfolds.
Say hello to my little friend
Meet Fletcher Lee Bentley. I had the privilege of cat sitting over the weekend and couldn't help but take a few photos. I mean it would be rude not to. He is 3 moths old tabby and a total bundle of energy. Fletcher is one beautiful but crazy cat. He definitely had me wrapped around his finger as an hour soon turned into 3 hours of play time. This cat does not stop, one fluffy ball of energy. The next day I brought my friend Karen along with me to see if we could tire him out. We were not successful but we did give it our best effort.
Let it snow, let it snow
So I know I am old enough to know better but the sight of snow still makes me feel like a big kid! Growing up in Australia can explain the novelty of snow however; I have been living in London long enough to not get that excited. I was born in the UK and can still remember for my 5th birthday it snowing and thinking that was the best gift ever. Snow makes everything look beautiful. In my mind it makes the cold a little more palatable. I was happy to see on a recent trip to the common, that I wasn't the only big kid around. I only wished I got in closer for some of these pictures but didn't want to tempt the big kids as I had already 'participated' in an accidental snowball fight. Cameras and snow are not friends.
weekly musing from Rosalind Alcazar Photography