Mercedes McAndrew Photography Blog
You've got a great blog. It's a very original idea which might be why IT BECAME A BLOG OF NOTE! Congratulations. Expect another follower.
Go Ferris State!Yay Big Rapids!
I am always happy to find a fellow 365 project person - your portraits tell lovely stories, I really enjoyed looking through them. Good luck on your home stretch - you're almost there!
what you're doing is absolutely beautiful. i found your blog today and i'm only too glad to have another little something added to my daily routine (:
Wonderful blog. Many of the portraits are so candid, so expressive, it makes me feel as if I know the people you've captured.The girl in the garden, the one leaning up against the lamp post, the portraits of your grandmothers — your talent is remarkable.Congratulations on being named today's Blogger Blog of Note; it's much deserved.
I am pleased to have stumbled onto your blog today. Your portraits are excellent. I agree with atypicalheroine when she said that she feels like she knows the people in your photos. You really capture more than a face. Well done!
Just loving the idea behind your blog; satisfying your aesthetic sense and sharing the same with others.congrats! to be a "blog of note" today
congrats :)loved the idea...and the blog ofcourse..and pictures are really good...what camera are you using?
I might be wrong.....but this guy looks like a decent, honest fellow !
Congratulations on being blogger of note. A very different blog. Nice portraits and especially loved the picture of your grandmother the most.
nice portrait..i like your blog..nice to meet you..
nice potraiting, the -ing intended.good reminder, i dont usually take self potraits for fear of my own image, i must get used to my face soon.Cheers.wwwkwata.blogspot.com
good job on your project 365! finished mine last year but i'm planning on starting a new one on 2010...your blog just gave me a new idea on how to do my project
Your blog with a portrait a day is really unique! We can learn so much just by looking at the portraits of these interesting people. This is people's history indeed. Please keep up the good work.