Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Headbangers: Photograph the Photographer

I thought for sure I knew what I was going to use as soon as Imac announced the Headbangers' theme for this week: Photograph the Photographers. This summer my husband decided that he too wanted a camera. So our first trek out he was taking pictures left and right.

Or maybe I could somehow include the one, the only Imac himself:
Or be a bit narcissistic and use this one I got playing with my new phone.
But then I got to poking around for some other stuff and realized that if you want to photograph the photographers, then you need to go to a photogenic event. And last September I once again went to the Prosser Balloon Rally--a very photogenic event. And where you have a photogenic event, you find a swarm of photographers.

So here is one photographer:

Here are two photographers (One is at the far left in the distance snapping the green and black balloon):
Here are three photographers:
And heading into the header--how many photographers can you find in this one?
I count at least [   six.     ] Highlight the space  between the brackets to see my answer. Do you see them? Can you see more than that?


Liz said...

What a lot of photographers! that's a very clever one of you!

Liz said...

I'm sure it wasn't long ago that I visited but you've lots of new posts! I often pop across so I must have missed the baby gorilla and orang-utans and Yorkshire. And I love the photo of the children sitting outdoors on the floor and the words of the psalm next to it:
For he shall rescue the poor when he cries out,
and the afflicted when he has no one to help him.
He shall have pity for the lowly and the poor;
the lives of the poor he shall save.

Fantastic words.

Guest list said...

hey nice blog and nice pics....
i like it.

imac said...

well done Kathy, really entered into the Spirit with this theme with some great Photographers,lol....

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Kathy: Cool captures. I will have to add a photo to mine after seeing your self shot.

Gailsman said...

Looks like you're flying high with the theme this week.