Monday, August 24, 2015

Anne

There was no word to describe Anne, so Webster came up with "vivacious.'
(Anne, you really need to break out of your shell!)


Anne spent years as a journalist, writing for the Hartford Courant, New York Times and other newspapers.  Now her passion is dealing in antiques, particularly vintage jewelry.

15 comments:

Andy said...

Jack you always seem to pick the people with the nicest smiles.

Luis Gomez said...

Sweet! Beautiful face. Nice shot Jack.

Kate said...

Her vividly patterned blouse matches her sparkling smile. Looks like her glasses are coordinated with her attire, too.

Tanya Breese said...

i love being around people like anne...you just can't be in a bad mood around them!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Vintage jewellery, nice! Anne doesn't look like she needs to break out of any shells Jack, that's a pretty confident smile.

Sharon Anck said...

Her smile makes me feel her personality! Great portrait.

Sylvia K said...

You do indeed find wonderful people with beautiful smiles and Anne does indeed have one of those!! Always a happy start for the day, Jack! Thank you!! Have a great new week!!

RedPat said...

A perfect word for her, Jack!

LOLfromPasa said...

She has a winning smile and you captured it beautifully.

William Kendall said...

A splendid smile!

Bob Crowe said...

Both of her careers could be a hard way of making a living but she could probably win over anyone.

It occurs to me that you and Steffe often post the same kind of work but you are interested in different types of people. May reflect your different personalities.

EG CameraGirl said...

She looks vivacious: great smile, fun glasses and haircut, bright blouse.

VP said...

I agree about vivacious or, as I would say in Italian, 'vivace'!

jennyfreckles said...

The glasses say it all.

Kay said...

Whoa! I'm having a 60s flashback!
She does look like lots of fun and I love her glasses.