Thanks to everyone who responded. Regarding the dual pregnant women, I
did indeed suggest such a picture, and offered to take it with the
photographer's camera as well as mine. Mom-to-be from the couple seemed
willing, her man was laughing heartily, but the photographer said no,
with a smile. I didn't feel right pushing it farther. So this is "the
one that got away."
>> I have to share one more thing. The pictured spot is a favorite
backdrop for wedding and engagement photos. Just before we left, a young
couple and their equally young female photographer arrived for a shoot.
As we watched them, we realized that this was neither of the above. It
was a "we're having a baby" shoot. The mother-to-be was all decked out
in a full-length green velvet gown. The father-to-be was a burly,
bearded, "Real Northwest Man" kind of guy wearing shorts and a black
T-shirt. Further observation determined that the photographer was as
pregnant as her subject. I have no pictures of this potential
parallelism of baby bumps, as I'm a nice guy, not a predatory paparazzo.
I will say that everyone present had a good laugh over the situation.
So Moose sez:
>>I'd have offered to take pix of the three of them, maybe even an
action shot of one photoing two, with their camera, in exchange for a
couple with my camera. Usually works.
>> Get the Shot Moose
Themed Olympus Photo Exhibition: http://www.tope.nl/