Linda JeffersIn a world of so many great photographers and writers, I am venturing into some unknown territories, leaving comfort zones, finally very willing to practice the art of seeing. By maintaining the practice of posting daily photos, I hope to continue learning about the possibilities that I trust are out there for the taking.

Come join me on my journey!

A Spontaneous Visit To Pappy and Harriett’s Last Night.



Meet the musician’s in the band, “Slam Dunk”.









Walked outside for a little street photography:-).










6 Responses to “A Spontaneous Visit To Pappy and Harriett’s Last Night.”

  1. Isn’t this something new for you? You nailed the decisive moment several times. Don’t stop whatever you’re doing. I am amazed by the breadth of your talent. Not surprised. It’s reasonable to expect that kind of achievement on your part. This is an exciting collection of photographs.

    • Yes, this new to me but something I’ve wanted to do for a long time. That I got any shots made me happy. I was way behind lots of people and had to wait until they moved a bit to even have a view of the band. I loved shooting in this lighting. 3200 ISO and f/2.8 at 100th a second and sometimes a handheld 70-200 mm lens 80th of a second.
      Really liked walking out back where many people were eating and socializing. Pappy & Harriett’s was full. Sold Out. The food looked
      great and I was hungry!!! Heard today that Pappy & Harriett’s has great food. It looked great. Can’t wait t
      o go back.
      Thanks for your comment JJ.

      • Great photographs and you had fun. Life is sweet. Your sense of that shows in the photographs. You’re getting very good at that.

        I’m at the place of making bad photographs. And though I’d rather make good ones, I’m pleased with myself that I’m making photographs at all. Your successes spur me to accept walking through a trying period.


  2. Joanna says:

    These are really good Linda, I’m impressed. Your enthusiasm & passion is coming through in these photos.

  3. Looking again. The harsh light is ideal for the seated, scowling man.

  4. Chris says:

    Glad I’ve finally found soeimhtng I agree with!

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