A Journal of our Adventures
These pictures are just wonderful. They give such telling glimpses into your friendship and fun in this group.Way to go!!!! Marsha
Wonderful character pieces :)
The oldies are doing well, beautiful portraits of the members
Wow these are great. Doesn't look like you need a lot of practise taking portraits. I like the variety of poses.
Character and personality. You captured it well.
Lovely portraits of all your camera club friends.
Amazing 'characters' Diane and captured to perfection.
Agree with Joan, Diane. Really good set of portraits. And this reminds me that I need to contact my local U3A ... I joined but now have to attend something ...
Your comments are coming over the post. Are they supposed to do that? Maybe it's my weird computer. Neat photos. I like the guy with the hat.
these are GREAT!!! i mean it. they macro worked well and so did you. I like all of them, but if i picked a favorite it would be the hand on the cane. good job on these. i would like to be in a camera club, have to look into it.
These are wonderful portraits!Thank you for your kind comments while I've been gone.☼ Sunny
These are lovely captures Diane - you don't need more practise I think!Lucky duck with a macro lense AND a camera club!
Diane, Your portaits are wonderful! Don't you just love people's faces? I mean real faces. The way we were made to be. Can't stand the botox fake insanity that seems to be so prevalent right now.
Delightful portraits, Diane! Beautiful detail.— KKay, Alberta, CanadaAn Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel
More practice? These look professional quality to me! Looks like y'all have a great time as you are learning. That's the best.
You, and your macro lens, did a wonderful job capturing expressions in great detail!
These are wonderful portraits. You're getting to be very good with that macro lens.
Great Photos! They look like a happy group :-)
Diane, these are just fabulous. In each and every one you've captured a real warmness of spirit. Well done, you should be so proud of your work :D)
You've a good eye for portraits!
Hi Diane - I love these portraits - up close and personal shots showing the character lines !! I'm sure you must have had a fun day taking these photos.
Great macro pictures, Diane. I get more BLURRY pictures with macro than I do good ones... ha ha .... (I need to join your camera club.)Hugs,Betsy
What a wonderful group. You made some very good shots. My "garden assistant" has not been much help. He just wants to look good while he pretends to work! Nancy H
Julie, If your local U3A hasn't got a Camera Club, start one. it's fun and you are certainly a talented photographer to run such a club.Cheers,Bill
What great photos you are much more talented then I am and I love seeing your photos.
Hi Diane, I'm back to thank you for stopping by my postcard request post. Very kind of you to consider it and appreciate that a lot.
Diane, your shots are wonderful. How much fun. Wish I could be there to be a part of your camera club.Love ya my friend, you bring so many smiles, fun times, etc. into my rather slow life now. So glad we met.
I'd give anything to have a camera club nearby. Ha, we don't even have a camera shop. These are wonderful candid shots Diane!
Such beautiful faces!! You captured them all at just that correct moment! So happy to be following along!Please join me at my history blog - I'm currently visiting St. Nicholas churches around the world!Ann
Did you use the macro lens, so that the wrinkles came out better, lol ?
Wow DianeThese are great! Hope you are having a lovely weekend.E
Awesome portrait photos, Diane! You are doing wonderful!