Sunday, September 13, 2009

His Jewelry & Mine

For Monochrome Weekly

My husband, swapping an engine with his forklift-

He's got a video cam, but I'm shooting him through his motorcycle revere-

His Jewelery-



Some costume of mine-

19 comments:

Aileni said...

Great sequence.

magiceye said...

wonderful monos!!

Regina said...

Great shots my friend.
Excellent!

Calico Crazy said...

What a fun series of photos. You get a small sense of who you are in them.

Calico Contemplations

Squirrel said...

Very funny. I like the one in the mirror the best.

Daryl said...

nice ...

sojourner said...

You changed your header photo! I'll miss the flower and the bee; yet, the new one reminds me of lush growth and rain. And, we've been getting some of that over this way - Yay!

The photos of your husband made me smile. And, the differences in your "Jewelry" it's good to note those differences and realize they have special meaning for each of you. The color in your bracelet photo was interesting.

hip chick said...

I must admit that your jewelery is much prettier.

Carver said...

I like the his jewelery and your jewelry comparison. Good shots.

Pacey said...

Wonderfully done monos and sepias... and I see that you have new template Gina and I do like it. Pictures can really come out so well with a dark background.

AKO said...

I like the second one, the one with the mirror best.

nadine1111 said...

Nice composition.Greeting!

RuneE said...

A hefty load! :-)

The Write Girl said...

I love these snapshots...they are a window to your life. Very nice : )

Robin said...

Great shot in the rearview mirror.

eileeninmd said...

Wonderful photos, the mirror shot is wonderful.

Dragonstar said...

I love that reflection shot...

This Eclectic Life said...

Your sense of humor tickles me! The shot in the rearview is, of course, inspired! I updated the photo of the art bench that you admired. If you go back to the original post, you'll see I linked to you and to another blog account I have where you can see it in more detail. Thanks for dropping by!

Starnitesky said...

Great set of photos - I like your dog, doesn't look half chow. Thanks for visiting my blog.

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