Thursday, April 28, 2011

Ocala macho

This one's for Mary Beth.

15 comments:

EG Wow said...

This is a wonderful portrait! Lucky MaryBeth. :))

Randy said...

Very nice portrait indeed. Looks like one of my cousins.

Small City Scenes said...

I'm on my way---NOW!!!!

Oh and thank you. MB

cieldequimper said...

Another prince?

Sailor said...

Handsome looking guy!

Halcyon said...

Nice! Is he an advert for Belks?

Cezar and Léia said...

Beautiful portrait, I like his hat!
*** hey...maybe he is not from Ocala, maybe he is an Italian model! LOL
just kidding!
Léia

uncertainhorizon said...

Very good photo!

Tricia said...

LoL! You go, Mary Beth!!! =) heheheee

youth_in_asia said...

You're welcome. I was glad to lend this photo of myself out to Ocala Daily Photo. Just try to keep my contact information quiet. I have enough ladies showing up at my front door as it is.

All kidding aside, it's an excellent portrait. Very nicely captured. Portrait photography is a skill I've yet to master. Nice work.

Re: Yosemite. Interesting about your parents. Where abouts did they live? Military? We had to pick up a friend of ours in Lemoore which is about 2 hours away from the park as well. He's in the Marines and says a lot of military families live in that area. We lucked out and just missed the tire chain requirement. I'm glad you got some great photos when you visited.

JM said...

The title seems perfect for this pose! :-)

Lois said...

What a look!

Amin said...

Beautiful portrait!

Charlotte said...

What a beautiful portrait! Great picture!

Always have ice-cream in the freezer. But you're right, one has to be a bit carefull, otherwise the weight tends to go up-:)

Thank you for your kind words. I'm sure I will get myself through this process eventuelly. Untill then I just have to laugh at myself ...

T. Becque said...

Nice portrait...and cute guy!

I will share my trip photos, but I'll probably put them in my current blog. I'm really looking forward to photographing material that I feel inspired about!

"Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again." — Henri Cartier-Bresson