I had a chance to join the world wide photo walk this year. I had a lot of fun and met some interesting folks who are also into photography. We had a great walk leader and it even had the courtesy not to rain. I shot most of my shots using a Lensbaby composer with soft focus optic. It’s nice to get out of the comfort zone and force yourself to do something different.
I don’t get a chance to photograph fireworks that often, and I must confess that I’m not much good at it. However the shutter on my camera needed breaking in and the tickets were free. What more can you ask for.
My daughter loves shoes. She also adores, craves, steals and obsesses about them. Oh did I mention she’s only two. Sigh,.. I have a bad feeling about this.
Had the experience of being a primary shooter at a wedding a few weeks ago. Even more special that it was my sister getting married. Thanks sis for letting me capture your day.
Half submerged in lake water, under an old bridge, rotting away for years, this old wheelbarrow captured my attention.
Again from Seattle, this is my beautiful wife, Christy. We stayed at this hotel called the Maxwell (great place) and they gave us this huge yellow umbrella to use. It was fortunate because it rained most of the time we were there, but I guess that’s just Seattle in the fall.
Last fall I had the chance to travel to Seattle for work. I brought my camera and hiked out to the lighthouse early in the morning the last day I was there. I was fortunate, because the rain cleared for a few minutes and I had a chance for a lovely view.
I’m not much of a sports fan but every once in a while I get out. My brother invited me to see the Calgary Stampeders play the Saskatchewan Roughriders. When the riders come to town I know there will be crazyness, so I brought my camera.