If you know me you may know I have a fascination with light. I can't ever go into a low light situation without taking at least one distorted, blurred, or smeared image of the lights around me. They're magical!
Not all adults are as amazed by these images as I am. However, I haven't met a teenager yet that wasn't willing to play along with me and the lights! The above image is from a little fish/shrimp shack we ate at during our trip. It had white lights all over the ceiling so I couldn't resist. Mary and I had this really great idea to take a picture of the kids in front of the lighthouse with a long exposure. I was sure I could get a trail of light as it traveled around the house. When we arrived we found to our dismay that is were three lights and there was no single light to follow. No matter what I did I couldn't get the effect I wanted.
All was not lost because all the kids were more than willing to go out to the shore at night and take some long exposure images. Thank goodness for the dads who of course carry flash lights...
This is an odd shot at the lighthouse.
Amanda's hair, ooo ahh
Look at Em's face in this one. Creeeepy...
Its very nice to have a limber person model for you.
All the kids! I think Max looks the happiest, and Alix is
ready to take off.
The three "little" girls. They were amazing models.
Manda has wings... Imagine the possibilities.
As we were walking back to the houses I snapped this
picture and looked at it. I said, "Oh man, we have to go back
and shoot some more with that flashlight!" Of course the
kids were all over that.
A little ying and yang