I have so many photos of the boys. I got this great new-to-me camera (used) just before I went to Chicago. I was able to use my old lenses from my film Canon camera. So was able to use my telephoto lens to get great shots of the boys even if I wasn't in the first rows.
The camera also has fast shutter speeds so I could rapidly take photos--which I learned at the LA Con is really important with the boys--especially Jared--moving around all over the place.
So here's the first of my Breakfast posts. I don't know how many photos I'll actually post on LJ. Too tired (and partially blind) to make that decision right now. And if my brain and memory is alive enough, I may add commentary for the photos. (Oh and btw--the numbering I'm using is for my reference and may not be totally sequential. They are the numbers used to store the photos on my hard drive.)
Jared entered the room first. Followed shortly by Jensen. They had two microphones and the mikes were not that close so I wasn't always able to get them both in a shot while still trying to avoid the backs of the heads of the people in front of me.
Jared was wearing his black coat again. For a guy who sweats a lot--he sure wears hats and coats a lot! He did take the coat off almost immediately though for the breakfast. At the panels he wore the coat and black beanie hat all the time. He had on one of his standard blue plaid button ups.
He is a major cutie. I had photoops with both the boys separately and together this time (like in LA). In LA I was all befuddled because of Jensen.
Jared's photoop was first this time. When I walked up to him he looked me straight in the eyes and said, "Hi Babe, how are you doing?" I smiled back and said, "I'm doing great, how about you!?" And I swear his face was about two inches from mine! I quickly turned my head for the photo, said thanks and let.
He completely blew my ZEN! I was so calm and feeling so "not a newbie" and Jared completely blasted that away. I was giggly for hours afterward. Just askfickleone
Sorry I digressed. Here's cutie...( Not bandwidth friendly... )