Then, she told me that she was going to Greyhounds in Gettysburg (aka GIG) in late March and hoped to meet. That didn't happen but when I told her I was going to Dewey she said she was going, too. I only had two appointments on Saturday (all in the morning) so my afternoon was free and I decided I'd go see my artist friends Beth and Pete at their rental house. I texted Carrie and told her I was on my way to see the Wade's and, if she knew where it was, I'd meet her there.
Carrie and Bunny arrived there shortly after I did, and after introductions and chatting a bit I asked Carrie if she wouldn't mind if I tried taking a few pictures of Bunny while we were standing indoors. I had my 50mm prime lens on and so I decided I'd use a wide aperture to blur the background behind Bunny, and just focus on her striking amber eyes.
There was something outside that had Bunny's attention but I had no idea what it could be. Whatever it was, Bunny would not look away:
As she continued to stare I moved to her left and positioned her to the right of a wooden greyhound figure that just happened to be behind her. I found that interesting, but what I found even more interesting and appealing was how the light illuminated her profile (much in the same way as the photograph of Turbo I had written about in an earlier post):
While that picture (which needs to be cropped still) may be more aesthetically pleasing, the funny pictures are these three of Bunny appearing to tell a joke.
Bunny: "At first, I was, like..."
Bunny: "But then I LOL'd...":