This is the last of the shots I took in October with my good friend Craig: a shot of a goat-herder wandering the shore of our local lake. Right now I'd be happy to trade places, at least for a while – the idea of living a simple life seems quite appealing today :-)

Oh, and if you're interested, Craig posted a shot of the same guy here:

http://www.id7.co.uk/iblog/?p=526

In other news, I'm running a new class with PPSOP: The Art of Black and White Photography. If you click the previous link you'll see that the course covers: black and white conversion techniques; working with portraits; combining conversion techniques and selectively altering tonal range and contrast; and toning and colorizing your black and white images. It's going to be a great course :-)

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