Sunday, April 11, 2010

Palm Springs Candids 01

Ask the Rabbi

Spare change?

Make a wish, toss a coin

15 comments:

RawknRobynsGoneBlogWild said...

Great shots. I especially like this one of the girl. Is she related to you, Pat?
Cheers,
Robyn

Pat Tillett said...

Hey Robyn, yup she is my grandaughter and little buddy.

Chuck said...

I'm a big fan of B&W so these are right up my viewing alley. Great shots Pat!

Bossy Betty said...

So nice!! Black and white is great here!

Ms. Anthropy said...

On the new header, I find it odd that the 3 closest men are looking in their bags. Love the photos, especially the last one.

Big Pissy said...

Your grand daughter is simply lovely.

Such a sweet picture. :)

Pat Tillett said...

thanks everyone!
Yep the one guy is looking in his briefcase, but they are usually on their phones texting...

Pat Tillett said...

thanks Big Pissy....she's a cutie alright!

Ashley King said...

holy smokes!!!! i am going to print that picture.... stealing your picture and your words.

i'm not asking....
i'm telling you.

please and thank you. =)

Ashley King said...

p.s. i thought you just hit 100 followers.... did i miss my evite for the party?? ;) people follow YOU like flies follow poo!!!! MAN!

Pat Tillett said...

Ash - I'll give you a copy of the original file. It's bigger!

ASBLACKASOBAMA said...

Beautiful pictures Pat! Did you ask the Rabbi?

ASBLACKASOBAMA said...

Beautiful pitcures Pat! Did you ask the Rabbi?

Dawn said...

Was strolling through your blog...love the pictures. You have to love looking at life through a lens...kind of puts things in a different perspective somehow.?
My favorite of course...the last pic!
dawn

Pat Tillett said...

ABAO - sorry! I didn't ask him anything, but I think he wanted me to ask him if he minded that I took his photo. I have another one where he has his arms out stretched towards me. Like "what's up?" He didn't look happy...

Dawn - Thanks for "strolliing" through! I agree, even when I don't have my camera, I always "see" things as if I did. Of course, I usually do have a camera with me...
The last photo is my favorite also. The girl (my granddaughter) made her wish, flipped the coin, and watched it fly over the fountain, and hit me in the head!