This November the moon came its closest to us since 1984. It won’t come this close again until 2034, but you could have found that out on Google. You could also find some amazing super moon photos on Google but this one is mine.
Honey, in a giant mixing machine. I don’t think that I have ever taken a photo as sweet as this.
A moment, shared. One of my favorite parts of photographing my children. It brings me closer and allows me brief moments back into that world where everything is new and exciting.
I have a great mom, mother-in law and especially a great wife who is also an awesome mother. Hats off to to all you moms and all you manage to do in a day.
My 3 year old son loves to be in the garden with the family. I’m just not sure he gets the point of gardening yet…
This is a terrible picture, it’s overexposed, the train is blurry from movement, the framing wasn’t thought out. But somehow I like it. Something about it tickles my fancy. That’s the way it is with pictures and to be frank the only person you should be trying to impress is yourself. So take that terrible picture you fancy and hang it proudly on your wall.
Each Christmas is unique and bears special gifts. This year it was the arrival of our third child Gregory. This is a very special time for the family photographer.
My family and I had a chance to stay for a week at a cabin the BC back country. The place is called echo lake and we had a great time swimming and fishing, although I’m a terrible fisherman. Maybe that’s because I was too busy taking pictures.
A small flower in a large world, waiting to unfold its petals for the sun. We live in the midst of such immense beauty, too bad we spend most of our time focused inwards.