Jensen in Rome for JIB 2013
I finally uploaded my J&J Vegascon panel photos. I must admit I didn’t finish editing them all, so some are the raw files.
They’re full res, so they’re BIG.
Please help yourself.
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sweetondean or @AmyinSydney - which ever you prefer.
So for starters, if you were not there you can’t know the setup. Usually there is an area behind the stage for the VIP. Not here. So they had to shove 2 very large black curtains up on each side of the stage. On Jared’s side was the sound guy. On Jensen’s side was the VIP area. It was SMALL and…
Oh my!! I love his face with a fiery passion!
One of my favourite convention moments ever was at last year’s Vancon. Jared was auctioning off a pack of merchandise from his 30th birthday party and Jensen was helping out. Jared said, if they could get the bidding up to 8,000, he’d throw in Jensen! Every single hand in the audience flew into the air. There was a brief second where Jensen just stared in surprise and then he burst out laughing. Head thrown back, full body laughter. He had to walk away, because he was laughing so much. It was a pure, spontaneous moment. When he finally got himself back together he looked at the audience and said “Aww thank you”. Seriously, he was surprised. How nice is that. That’s the kind of guy he is.
When I did Jensen’s meet and greet in Vancouver, there was a gentleman in our group who asked a question as to what Jensen does in his spare time. It was pretty funny, because…he doesn’t get a lot of spare time! So after we all had a good laugh with him, Jensen talked about how he loves photography and how he has a great camera but has got into the habit of using his iPhone. He told us he’d got a great shot of the Impala the other day. Of course we all wanted to see it. So he got down off his seat to show us how he got the photo. He got down on the floor, because it was a shot of the grill. So there’s Jensen, basically lying on the floor, excitedly showing us all how it was for him to get this photo of the Impala. Then he hopped up and came around with his phone and showed each of us the photo…making sure everyone got to see it. He was pretty proud of that photo! He was kind of beaming.