Updated: May 19, 2018
We were walking the streets around the Catholic Church in Atotonilo, about six miles from San Miguel de Allende on the road to Dolores Hidalgo. I was carrying a Mamiya 645 film camera with a 90 mm lens and got this shot. What a beautiful classic lady, who I am sure has seen it all in her long life.
This is the daughter of a good friend, posing for her bridal portrait in the backyard of her grandmothers house, overlooking Lake Travis in Jonestown, Texas.
It was prom night and I was capturing the portrait of this beautiful young girl in Cedar Park, Texas
This gentleman was attending the Hatters and HotRods car show in Lockhart a few years ago.
The Bob Dylan of Mexico, captured with a Contax G2 film camera and the legendary Zeiss 45mm lens. I asked him if he would pose for me and he did me one better, playing several songs while I took pictures.
This was from the same car show in Lockhart as the earlier picture. One of my favorite things is to take pictures of cars at car shows. Right behind that on the favorites list is to take pictures of people at car shows. This guy happens to be a professional photographer from San Antonio. He has a great face for a portrait.
Playing the bass for the band at the Mad Hatters Car Show.