Second week of 52 Wednesdays is at hand! Â This week the theme is “eyes.” Â In my mind, eyes are like little masterpieces: each set so different, with such varying color and amazing little inflections. Â I have a sweet girl at home with the loveliest
Â eyes. Â Her father and I both have grayish-green eyes and subsequently, Eva has the deepest true blue eyes. Â They are generally happy and full of joy. Â They are deep and thoughtful and kind. Â I just love looking at them. Â At this point in Eva’s life, she has had me pointing my big, black camera in her face for years.
Â Poor girl is over it. Â I was lucky to get this shot, and if I had time I would have liked to have posted all the out-takes as well. Â Her idea of looking at my camera consists of her face being in the general direction of my camera–all bets are off in regards to where her eyes actually are. Â Maybe as she gets older, she’ll come back around. Â In the mean time, I feel thankful to have a small collection of shots like these.
For this post, I’m going to show two versions of the same photo. Â I love both for different reasons. Â The first photo below here, is more true color. Â Her eyes are still very vibrant, but the rest of the tones are very muted and grey.
But every once in a while, I love to take a great image and give it a dreamier spin, as with this one below.
So difficult to choose just one. =) I hope you enjoy.
Next, be sure to take a look at the next set of eyes in our photographer’s circle.Â Â
Cheyenne Bell with LoveJoy Photography, Fort Worth, TX –Â http://www.lovejoyphotoblog.com/