1/180 sec at f/4.0, 94mm (EF35-135/3.5-4.5), 200, Manual, no flash


Do you guys know what happens when you have ten brain tumors?

  • Michael 4y

    This is one of the best shots I have seen in a while. Her eyes say it all.
  • von~ Dutch 4y

    I hope one of you two don't have them?
  • Ken Gilbert 4y

    Michael thanks michael!

    von~ Dutch andy, crissy does actually have a small ganglion of tumors on her pituitary gland.

    luckily, thankfully, they are benign, and are not expected to get bigger.

    many people have these tumors, called pituitary adenomas. in fact the number seems to be around 1 in 5. most don't display any symptoms and cause no issues.
  • davesnow53 4y

    I have a tumor in my brain and it's called stupidity.... Ken, its been a while. Hope you and your family had excellent holidays. We gotta get together man.. I'm trying to figure out how to send you an email, for now I will defile your photo gallery... Nice pictures by the way. You daughter is beautiful.
  • Ira Medichi 4y

    Great photo and great hat!
  • pedro guerrero (B)alpo 4y

    Always great K A

    cheers from Chile
  • demitasse photography 4y

    Gorgeous picture! Love how the color of her vibrant red hat pops out.
  • Jon Schusteritsch 4y

    First off, that hat is awesome... I'm a sucker for hats with ears (all of Zoey's little hats and hoods have them whenever possible). The shot is pretty awesome too, I like the fence back there.

    Second, the "congratulations on your tumors" part in her blog was hilarious... I'm of the belief that laughter is the best way to deal with things so I liked that.

    Seen on your photo stream. (?)
  • phonetakepicture 2y

  • Leila Candy 8mo

    This is beautiful
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Taken on January 23, 2011
  • EF35-135/3.5-4.5
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