Of the many years as a photographer, this photograph has moved me the most. I hope you like it. It is of a little girl that had much pain, but sought relief in the love of her kitties. This kitty was named Midnight. The eyes of the cat, and the deep penetration of the girl and sadness of her eyes, moves me. I call this photograph, "Midnight's eye." This is a film based Nikon taken photo that I developed in my darkroom. Black and white. Restored.
Sharing on FB just because.
My favorite photo. I hope you can FEEL it.
This female lion was such a tease! But, as you can see, the male lion was completely smitten with her. He even combed his mane into a mohawk for her!
This is a photograph that I printed in my darkroom. I will be doing several of these in the future. It is a BIG project. The digital world has made sharing so easy, but it isn't when you have to scan a photograph and restore it. I will then replace the black and white website with these updated photographs. They then will be available for purchase on my smugmug site. In the future…
In the meantime, I hope you enjoy them!
20 years ago, this little girl entered my life. Her name is Tiffany. She had a terrible hurt in her mind, and I am not sure from what. But, she loved her kitties. She loved to pose for me, picture after picture. Her eyes though, said so much. This photograph tells of the love she needed, and the love she wanted from her kitty. You can breathe in the fur that she is. Take a good look at her eyes…
The kitty, was amazing with the hugs that he received…
I am going to share this on face book, even though I said I wasn't going to. This is a world photo.
Take care of our children, give them the love they need!
I have been working on some of my past darkroom photographs. I hope you enjoy them.
I spent many years trying to get a photograph of this white tiger. There was a corner of her habitat that she liked to hide. There were waterfalls, etc. This feline, named Nilla, did not like to leave her spot. One day, I decided to kind of hang over the barrier (a bit dangerous) and yell to her. Had to yell, for the noise of the water fall! She looked straight at me through my lens, then click. I couldn't wait to develop the film and print this in my dark room. Not digital! Scanned.