Tuesday, February 14, 2012

SHE GOT HER MAN BUT THE JESTER HAD MORE FUN


Sweetie and I went to the Photo Trade Show at the NKY Convention Center over the 4-5 weekend.  Of course, they had plenty of things a photographer just has to have - plus they had models posing for photos.  Anyone who brought their camera (or wanted to try out a camera at the show) could shoot as many photos as he/she wanted.  Sweetie shot a few of these 2 beautiful young people in costume.  There were 4 models scattered throughout the convention center floor and the winners of the judged photo show (mostly portraits) were upstairs. 
Anyway, in the spirit of Valentine's Day, I'm calling this She Got Her Man :)

While these 2 models were lovely to look at, the star of the show (to me) was this lean and lanky girl who knew how to pose to give some interesting angles.  Sweetie didn't get any photos of her the first day (when she was in a goth black and red outfit with a red heart over one eye), but went back Sunday and she was in this jester outfit.  Check out those shoes!!
























I think she
may just be
my next Caw Girl!!

10 comments:

Studio at the Farm said...

The Jester is an amazing model! ... and so are those shoes ... WOW!

Mick Carney said...

Sounds like great fun.

debwardart said...

I can see more than one painting here - and I love the poses!

Caroline said...

can you believe those shoes! amazing shots Rhonda.

Tim Robinson said...

This is nice!

Sadami said...

Hi,Rhonda,
Happy to know you had a good time. The Jester looks so nice and the last sentence makes me laugh. II love your humor.
Cheers,Sadami

CrimsonLeaves said...

Ah to be so young and slender! Sounds like you two had a fun time.

RH Carpenter said...

Studio, Mick and Deb, She had some great costumes - wish I had pics of the previous day's get-up :)

Thanks, Caroline, Tim and Sadami :) Laughter is the best medicine, Sadami - hope your hand is healing well!

Sherry, it was a fun day and the models were really great.

Watercolors by Susan Roper said...

Very interesting poses of that jester. I am wondering, however, if she needed help in getting up off the floor after that last pose in those shoes! What a unique experience this must have been to attend.

RH Carpenter said...

Susan, she was very young -30 and very limber so didn't need help :) ha ha