Ever since I married my husband 40 years ago, he has loved to read the newspaper every day....in fact, he just loves to read. You'll find him in his favorite chair every evening reading something!! (PS can I just add that he is the best!!)
There are a few of you left....I always choose reading on my iPad over a printed book, but not him. I told him the other day....all he needs to be happy is a newspaper and a book and he agreed with me.A very sentimental narrative and photo that deserve each other. It's also nice to know that I'm not the only person who still reads something printed on paper.
He only reads our small hometown paper. I’m glad you liked the photo. If you think you might be a kindred spirit to him then you are one great person!Sadly, there are few newspapers worthy of reading today. Excellent character study with that photo. Without your comments the photo told the story. I see a kindred spirit.
Our paper comes in the morning, but since Greg has to leave for work at 5:00 a.m., it has to wait till evening. My 50 mm is one I bought a couple of years ago. It is the 50 F1.8 G. It works flawlessly on the Z6 and with the FTZ is still very small and light. I doubt if I ever replace it with the native Z 50.Excellent photo, Terri. The lighting is near perfect. And you are obviously learning your way around that new camera. Is your 50mm the older AF-D version?
Our local paper is the Roanoke Times. It is a very good paper compared to most for a city of its size. Unfortunately they now have a very hard time finding delivery carriers. We used to read it with breakfast; now it's a lunchtime paper.
p.s. this would be an excellent entry for this week's CS.
I really like this image. While we all take snapshots of family members, this image is much more than that. Even without your caption, it tells a deeper story. That makes it a true portrait. Very nicely done!