Friday, June 1, 2018

City Daily Photo Theme Day - Me!

I'd do almost anything to stay our of the camera, but in 2009, when I did a walkabout in Paris with one of my favorite photographers, Meredith Mullins, I complied. She was sneaky. She waited till I looked out over the sunset on the Seine, then said, "Virginia!" I turned around and she caught me. It's not everyone who has a Meredith Mullins portrait. I"m very proud.

Today, I can't wait to see what my City Daily Photobloggers around the world will post as their ME photo. Click HERE to see the gallery.

11 comments:

William Kendall said...

A terrific portrait! I tend to prefer being on the other side of the camera too.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Gorgeous as always Madam V đź’™

Bloomin Wallflower said...

Spontaneous photos reveal the soul. It’s wonderful when a photographer captures a radiant spirit. Beautiful. �� Jack

Small City Scenes said...

I prefer the other side of the camera too but I think your spirit was captured along with an amazing smile
MB

Petrea Burchard said...

Great shot!

The Sabbatical Chef said...

What a fabulous photo, Virginia!!

Jackie Mc Guinness said...

Gorgeous! I prefer to be behind the camera as well.

RedPat said...

That is a fabulous pic of you and of the scenery behind you!

Dina said...

You and your beloved Paris -- what could be better!

Bob Crowe said...

No flash? The light is perfect and makes for an elegant portrait.

I was a chunk younger in my theme day photo, too.

Barbara Radisavljevic said...

I see a lovely lady in the backdrop of a beautiful sunset. What a combo!