• Brigit's Favorite Things,  February Photofest 2020

    Final February Photofest Faves

    Drip Drip – Purple’s Gem (I’ve always been curious about wax play…and I think it looks amazing on naked skin. This is a perfect example of how.) I also loved this mermaid shot. These two are so creative with their photos. Quiescence – Considering Cuntella has had some lovely images this month. This one is a lovely end to a wonderful collection. Ties it up perfectly. Ripening – Annie Savoy has so many beautifully feminine images. I love the whiteness of the frame, the flowery fabric, and the paleness of her skin. I noticed that several people gave up on the challenge early. That makes me all the prouder of…

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    Final February Photofest/Sinful Sunday

    This year’s theme has been “Close Ups.” Thanks for following me on this photography journey! Scroll down to see all of my February 2020 Photofest images… “I may not have gone where I intended to go, but I think I have ended up where I intended to be.” Douglas Adams  

  • February Photofest 2020,  Photography

    February Photofest Day 28

    This year’s theme is “Close Ups.” “There are always two people in every picture: the photographer and the viewer.” Ansel Adams What then, if you are both subject and photographer? When you are both behind and in front of the lens? A duality of vision and performance. One part of me guiding, positioning, trying desperately to get the other part of me to do and be what I see in my head. And even then, when I know exactly what I want to see through the lens, I cannot always live up to my own vision. That is the most difficult thing about art, I believe…having a vision that you…

  • February Photofest 2020,  Photography

    February Photofest Day 27

    This year’s theme is “Close Ups.” This image is for Throwback Thursday. Originally posted as Twilight is Watching. It was taken to accompany a short story. “My interest in photography is not to capture an image I see or even have in my mind, but to explore the potential of moments I can only begin to imagine.” – Lois Greenfield  

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