Black & White Sunday – Portrait

For Paula’s Black & White Sunday, here’s an image of a friend’s little boy taking a photograph of the photographer!


More portraits here.



  1. Brilliant! I love this “take” on the theme, Sue

  2. Nice to see him using the viewfinder!
    Best wishes, Pete.

  3. Did he get a good one of you?

  4. I totally agree with Debbie, a really great portrait!

  5. This could be the beginning of infinite regression! A lovely shot.

  6. 🙂 A fantastic portrait! Thank you, Sue. 🙂

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  8. Start em young! 🙂 Good Sunday, Sue?

  9. Lovely take on the challenge, Sue. 🙂

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