Monday, April 7, 2014

Photographer - Rainbow Springs State Park


20 comments:

Randy said...

Ah one of the serious ones captured in the wild. One of these day that will be me, traveling all around New Mexico.

Randy said...

Ah one of the serious ones captured in the wild. One of these day that will be me, traveling all around New Mexico.

Lois said...

He looks serious about his work.

William Kendall said...

He seems to be taking great care.

Kay said...

Alligator hunting, perhaps. The B&W pulls this shot together. Good choice!

Taken For Granted said...

Interesting b&w portrait of a photographer at work. I just hope none of his subjects bite him, or you either for that matter.

cieldequimper said...

The question is: does he blog?

Bergson said...

a beautiful black and white
it will take patience

Bibi said...

He does seem to be careful, EXCEPT I always somehow link my lens strap to the tripod...he seems to be leaning his SLR over the railing. All you need is one "Ooops." :( I put the strap over my neck when taking photos from my porch, too...

EG CameraGirl said...

One of favourite photo subjects - other photographers at work. ;)

Small City Scenes said...

Tripods look awkward. One would have to get used to the danged contraption. MB

Sharon Anck said...

I wonder what kind of shots he gets. I follow so many great photographer's on Flickr. I'm always wondering how they get such fantastic shots.

VP said...

This is a really serious photographer, or at least he looks like that...

Judy said...

One of my favorite things, taking pictures of other people taking pictures! This is a good one, I like the B&W.

magiceye said...

Birding?

Karl Demetz said...

I agree, he looks very serious and concentrated.

RedPat said...

Good catch, Lowell! The B&W works well here.

LOLfromPasa said...

Hope nobody walks by with a dog cause I'm sure that extended tripod leg is a risk of being disturbed :). Really like the b&w look here.

Halcyon said...

It's always fun to photograph other photographers. :)

Jack said...

A good time to use black and white, Lowell.

"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