Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Photo Shoot


I met some friends for dinner Sunday evening in Scottsdale and since I arrived a little early, I took a stroll around the Civic Center park.  I noticed there were several photo shoots going on there.  I saw at least four different sessions in different places in the park.  This one going on in front of the "Love" sculpture caught my eye.  That's a great back drop for family, engagement, and anniversary photos.

16 comments:

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Totally agree Sharon, love is all you need :)

Andy said...

I always have fun photographing the photographer. I like turning the tables on people.

Bill Nicholls said...

Wonder how much they got charged for that. Nice backdrop

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

You had a busy weekend. We saw you on Friday for dinner after the Symphony, and you had plans for Saturday dinner, and your post today reflects that you had dinner out with friends on Sunday night as well.

Kate said...

Dave, Do you think that Sharon ever cooks at home?!

Love the sculpture; it's a great place for photos for ANY occasion; sprinkle that love all around!!

LONDONLULU said...

I have always loved that sculpture, what a great 'action' shot!

Randy said...

Those are going to be nice portraits.

Judy said...

It's always fun to watch professional photographers at work. This is a nice backdrop for pictures and some nice equipment being used too.

Lowell said...

Perfect for wedding photography - and I'd guess that this involves some pre-wedding photos.

Steve Reed said...

I wonder how many of those "Love" sculptures there are in the world? I know NYC has one too.

Karl Demetz said...

I would also make a photo there, LO-VE-ly!

RedPat said...

A perfect place for a portrait!

Jack said...

I wonder how many people have been photographed next to this sculpture. I was, back in the 1970s. It is by Robert Indiana.

Gunn said...

Location-location :)
I am sure the result will be nice.

JM said...

So, LOVE is in Phoenix now! :-)

William Kendall said...

A beautiful setting for such a sculpture!