Omagosh! - A Photographer Who Is Legally Blind Takes A Closer Look At Life.
 
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Taking pictures of people is a bit tricky because I never know what they are doing, where they are looking, or what expression they have on their face, until the picture is enlarged.

A camera makes it possible for me to enjoy puddle-jumping.

 
 
 

 
Katie
Katie
Sometimes I get lucky and a shot I take of a person turns out well.
 
 
 
Craig & Oma
Craig & Oma
This is the only picture on the website that I did not take. It is of my first guide dog, Oma with the #1 Veterinarian in the state of Kentucky. Craig and his wife Ronda gave Oma the best retirement plan possible for the last 21 months of her life. Thank you!
 
 
 
The Kiss
The Kiss
This is Kerry & Graham's wedding kiss. I happened to snap this one at the perfect moment so I got to see what I would have missed if I hadn't had the Nikon D90 with me.
 
Ageless Love
Ageless Love
This picture touches my heart.
Bubble
I did not know that Judd was blowing bubbles when I took his picture. Imagine my delight when I got home and blew this one up on my computer.
Bubble
Kiley
Kiley
A camping trip gave me the opportunity to get some pictures of young cousins who grow and change so quickly.
Springs
I think Kasie must have springs in her legs. It was fun to try to time the taking of pictures to see if I could get the kids up in the air.
Springs
Kasie Explains
Kasie Explains
Aren't children wonderful?
Makenna
Makenna
Try Again
Try Again


Madeline aka Mei Li
Madeline aka Mei Li
I would never have the chance to enjoy this sweet picture without the aid of a camera and a computer.
Levi
Levi
Ornery, not me.
Kasie & Tonya
Quiet please.
Kasie & Tonya
Harvey & Ida Lou
Harvey & Ida Lou
I didn't realize that these folks were waving when I took the picture.
 
 
 
Devin
Devin
This is my youngest child. It is unusual for him to allow a serious picture, so I am quite pleased with this one.
 
Flying
Flying
Chase has fun with Daddy.
Going For It
Going For It
A wonderful new camera had me hanging out at the skate park the other day. I worked to try to follow the skaters, as they ran their routes, and listened to tell where the tricks usually happened and took the shots when I thought it was the right time. I brought home a lot of unimpressive shots, but there were a few like this one, where I managed to capture someone "going for it."
 
Suzie
Suzie
I have known this lady for half of my life. This picture was taken because it was her and because I was drawn to the color and light of the corner. What a beauty. This is one of my favorite pictures.
Carol
High atop a pyramid in Mexico.
Carol
Steve & Lakshmi
Steve & Lakshmi
I took this picture to try to figure out who those people were. I could have showed the picture to someone on the camera to learn who the subjects were. Having said this, it is a gift to have captured the choreography of their stroll.
D C's Nice Hat
I took this picture of a friend and didn't notice the lovely addition to her hat, until I blew it up on my computer screen. It would have been quite difficult for me to try to position Oma so that nothing but her ears showed.
D C's Nice Hat
 
 
 
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