Monday, February 10, 2014

Babs


Babs was a social worker for many years before she retired.  
Her clients were often disabled, either mentally or physically, or both.

Babs loves quilting and turquoise jewelry.

24 comments:

Birdman said...

Strong portrait, Jack.

Lowell said...

A very lovely portrait of a beautiful woman!

Ed said...

Very nicely done, Jack. She looks lovely.

Susie said...

Great photo of Babs!

Luis Gomez said...

Beautiful portrait!

EG CameraGirl said...

She's very attractive!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Wonderful composition Jack, nicely posed and perfect bokeh.

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

Expertly done. Congratulations to her on her worthwhile career. (My late mother was a social worker, and my sister-in-law is one.)

Sharon said...

Wow Jack, people are going to start coming to you to get their portrait taken. You certainly have a talent for it. This photo is gorgeous. Of course, the pretty subject helps too!

RedPat said...

She looks like a caring person, Jack!

Sylvia K said...

Another wonderful portrait, Jack, and I agree with Sharon, people are going to start coming to you to get a portrait taken!! I do so enjoy this series of yours! Hope you have a great week!

VP said...

Jack, your portraits are getting better and better!

cieldequimper said...

There is a softness there... And she must have been a working angel.

Halcyon said...

She has a wonderful face. She looks like a kind and caring woman. But I think social work would be hard and maybe even heartbreaking at times.

LOLfromPasa said...

A wonderful natural portrait, Jack. She is lovely.

Kay said...

I'm in the "so you must be a portrait photographer" camp now. Good job, good work. And your interior decorating seems to have taken a pause these days anyhow.

William Kendall said...

A splendid portrait shot, Jack!

Michelle said...

A wonderful portrait and, no doubt, Babs did some very important work in her time.

Randy said...

One of your best portraits.

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

Anyone working in related fields will immediately realise that the phrase "social worker for many years" is remarkable in itself; most of them don't have long careers as the work is both tough and unrewarding financially. There must be an inner toughness to this gentle-looking woman.

Dianne said...

Beautiful portrait with softened background. Perfect!

Kate said...

Retirement is lots more fun than working for a living, esp. profession as difficult and draining as hers.

Gunn said...

What a nice portrait of a nice Lady.
She has style.

Babzy said...

beautiful portrait ! :)