The End Shoot
Photo © 2004, Judi LaBelle All Rights Reserved
I promised myself while on this cruise
I would take more of the local color during stops at the ports. The photos I
wanted to take were going to tell a story, not about the scenery but about the
people. Trouble is, a week before leaving I developed a stress fracture in my
foot. We couldn't cancel so we decided to take a wheelchair along. It
was awkward to say the least but didn't deter us. This shot was taken
in front of a local bar in Mexico. This woman caught my attention for two reasons:
1) I knew there had to be a story behind the dirty behind and 2) somewhere deep
inside I think I must have been slightly envious. She ended up getting a tall
"cool one" for her parched throat and I ended up getting the "end
shot." Happiness for both!
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The premise of Talking Pictures is that all of us have images that carry an internal narrative that we rarely get to share. This entails more than just camera, exposure, and film. It might include what provoked us to snap the shutter or how, in retrospect, the image makes us feel.
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