One of our dearest friends, Sue Barcus, recently traveled the East Coast with her husband Bill. Sue’s a professional photographer, and her art has held us enthralled for years. I’m excited to be highlighting some of her photography, in hopes that you will love it as much as we do. Incidentally, she is also Joe’s mentor, and teacher. You can see a lot of her influence throughout Joe’s photography.
A truer friend you will never find, and she’s also great company. She’s quick to smile, and has a terrific sense of humor. Always active, sometimes you can’t blink, or you’ll have to run to keep up with her as she eyes the perfect shot.
So here’s what Sue wants you to know about her photograph:
This was taken on the Jersey shore in August 2014, around 9:30pm. Knowing Sue, she waited around for the scene to be perfect. Right about the time most photographers leave is when she gets her amazing shots. She used ISO 800 -f2.8 at 1 second, for those of you photo buffs out there.
What I see? In the vastness of the universe, an isolated moment of togetherness makes the world seem smaller, and more intimate. Beautiful.
Give her site a look through – You will be amazed by the quality of her work.