While many may consider this just another pretty picture of a pretty young lady, for the photographer in me it points out a couple of things of interest – at least to me.
The picture was taken with natural light, indoors, with a Canon 7D and a Tamron 28-75/2.8 lens, wide open. Again, nothing unusual but what is amazing is that it was shot at ISO 3200. Minimal post processing was done. Isn’t technology great?
Cleona Southern Norwood
July 4, 1923 – September 7, 2010
Cleona was born in Saratoga Springs, NY on July 4, 1923 to Jesse Lewis Southern and Martha Fayon Southern. She died September 7, 2010 in Beavercreek, OR. Cleona worked as an executive secretary for Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY, Knolls Atomic Power Laboratory, West Milton, NY, General Electric, Melbourne, FL, and Garret Air Research, Sandusky, OH. Upon her retirement she moved to Oregon to be near her son.
She was preceded in death by one brother, Francis Southern and 3 sisters, Jean Camarro, Florence Hurley, and Hazel Hurley, all of Saratoga Springs, N Y.
She is survived by her son David N Norwood (wife Elizabeth Sumner) of Camas, WA and 2 grandchildren, Mark Norwood (Tami), Vancouver, WA, and Amy Norwood Pearson (Paul), Salmon Creek, WA, 7 great grandchildren, Lindsey, Timothy, Isaiah, and Jeremiah Norwood, Victoria, Benjamin, and David Pearson.
There will be no public services. Brown’s Funeral Home and Cremation Services in Camas, WA has been entrusted with arrangements.
A fun time last Sunday with our church, Living Water Community Church, at our annual liquid nitrogen ice cream social.
The liquid nitrogen is poured into the bowl of cream and sugar, freezing it –
Mixing the ice cream is about like churning ice cream – hard work –
Ice cream is great but adding toppings makes it greater. Let’s get this going guys –
A happy customer back for a refill –
The full gallery can be seen on my web site at Norwood Photos.