Sunday, July 11, 2010

American Sunday 11

American Sunday 11 by Cole Scott Photography

My husband, Cole Scott, is almost finished with a photographic essay for and of our church. This is, by far, my favorite. The cartoon shadow made by this toddler with his binky just blows me away. And for anyone with the question, "Did he photoshop this?" The answer is "NO". It's just a great capture.

For anyone interested in the other shots, they are:



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9 comments:

Chrissy said...

that is sooooooooooo cool!. looks as tho the arm was just in the right angle of that shadow!.

Tracy said...

What an adorable photo. All of the photos are quite good. I did browse through your husband's photo site and enjoyed the marvelous pictures. Thank you so much for stopping by our blog.

Brian Miller said...

adorable shot...i really like this series...it stirs the memories...

Noni at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

This is going to be an awesome photo essay! Every shot we've seen is captivating!

California Girl said...

Hi Chrissy: I think this is a super lucky moment he caught.

Tracy: So pleased you visited his site and like his work. I'm proud of him (can you tell?). He found his calling and he's going for it. I visit your site from time to time and enjoy the Arizona scenery you capture.

Brian: Thank you so much. He really hopes the church likes it. It won't be particularly conventional but neither is the church~

Tanna: Thank you too. I'm enjoying his processing...what he chooses, what he discards.

Susan said...

Oh my goodness, that's adorable! The shadow looks like a baby Alfred Hitchcock! Awesome series, Cole!

Ruth said...

I very much like Cole's take on church. :)

RawknRobynsGoneBlogWild said...

What a cute, fun picture. Amazing how a shadow can make for a work of art.
Cheers,
xoRobyn

monk said...

haha....love it, so cute!