A snowbird shows photos from southwest Florida and southern New England and other places he goes.
She looks like a forward-looking person.
Love it when women "of a certain age" allow their hair to grow despite some stylists recommendation otherwise. I noted that in several cities, older transplants always seem to enter real estate. Too much work for me!
A striking portrait. What are you doing, walking about Naples asking people if you can take their pictures. I guess you could do a Naples retrospective in one of those shops on 5th Street.I would not have thought Susan to be a real estate person...I would have guessed she runs a New Age bookstore. :)
Very nice portrait, Jack. It's nice to know there is life after pharmaceuticals!
The second career is often the perfect one.
i really love the way you photographed her!
Great "person" shot for the day, Jack! You do find the good and the interesting ones!!
A splendid portrait!
I hope she still has a lot of time to read thrillers!
I agree wihth others, it's a great portrait of a wonderful lady.
Susan is beautiful. It's a shame that most women don't show off their gorgeous grey hair.
I'd like to be in Naples reading thrillers. With my dyed red hair of course!
You do find some characterful people to photograph.
I do love her hair and her pose, another fabulous portrait - you need to do a portrait retrospective or something of that sort one day. (You had me figured out right indeed, but I slipped & forgot to think in Fahrenheit yesterday!)
I'm reviewing your recent portraits and I have to say every one of them looks like they are happy happy happy they moved to Florida.
A lady with an interesting life and it shows in your portrait.
That's quite a life change Susan made.. I approve of the reading more :)
Susan, you've earned every grey on your head. As always, you're beautiful and the goodness in you shines through.
Yes, my sister is beautiful and interesting. But, then again, I already knew that! Love you Susan!
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