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Monthly Archives: December 2016
Out with 2016 and in with 2017
This has been an incredibly fast year to me. We’ve traveled to Arizona, New Mexico, New Hampshire, Maine and back home to Missouri – twice. I had a birthday party, during a heat wave of all things, that was attended … Continue reading
Posted in photography, Travel Photography, writing Tagged Arizona, Canon, Maine, Missouri, New Hamphsire, New Mexico, photography, photos, Sigma, Tamron, travel, year in review 22 Comments
End of year bits and pieces – Selfie
While writing my wrap up of 2016 I came across this “selfie” I had completely forgotten about. This was taken in Bar Harbor, Maine in September right after I had taken some sunrise shots by the harbor. Normally I don’t … Continue reading
Posted in fun, Photo Techniques, photography Tagged Bar Harbor, Canon, Maine, Maine Street, photo, photography, selfie, shadow, Tamron 12 Comments
End of year bits and pieces – Wine Time
My naivete about wines goes back many years but I will say I have gotten better. When I was living in Missouri I only knew about certain wines based upon what a server at a restaurant would recommend (sometimes that … Continue reading
Posted in life, photography, writing Tagged cell phone photography, cranberry, memories, Missouri, photo, photography, st. james, st. james winery, wine 8 Comments
End of year bits and pieces – Skating Away
Taken in downtown Albuquerque, New Mexico. How they could go down the street on skateboards while carrying snacks and drinking some water is beyond me. I can’t even stand on one of the things 😉
Posted in architecture, life, photography, street photography Tagged Albuquerque, black and white, Canon, monochrome, New Mexico, photo, photography, skateboarders, street photography 12 Comments
Our gift and a few words about newborn photography
Our little nugget of love and joy has warmed all of our hearts to the brim. Is he spoiled much? Is it even possible to spoil a newborn? Do I care and am I going to stop? No way. This … Continue reading
Posted in family, photography, portraits Tagged Canon, family portraits, infant, newborn photography, photography, photos, Sigma 29 Comments
Me, Yuley, and Julenisse – Throwback Thursday
(This post was first run in 2013 when I was home to visit family and friends for Thanksgiving. The St. Charles Christmas Traditions had just begun and the weather wasn’t as grey and so very cold as it was on … Continue reading
One of these things is not like the others…
And happened to be hawking roasted chestnuts that were being sold right across the lane; awfully good balancing act going on too!
Posted in event, life, photography, street photography Tagged black and white, Canon, Christmas Traditions, Missouri, monochrome, Old St. Charles, photo, photography, Sigma, street photography 12 Comments
Père Noël (French pronunciation: [pɛʁ nɔ.ɛl]), “Father Christmas”, sometimes called Papa Noël (“Daddy Christmas”), is a legendary gift-bringer at Christmas in France and other French-speaking areas, identified with the Father Christmas and/or Santa Claus of English-speaking territories. Though they were traditionally … Continue reading
Posted in History, photography, street photography, travel Tagged Canon, Christmas Traditions, Father Christmas, history, Missouri, Old St. Charles, pere noel, photo, photography, Sigma, street photography 8 Comments
Buy a flower?
Can’t put my finger on what character she was portraying in the realm of the Christmas Traditions but I know it has something to do with Dickens.
Family night at St. Charles Christmas Traditions
One afternoon (which turned into evening) all seven of us piled into two cars and went to show the kids the festivities at the old Saint Charles Christmas Traditions event (link here.) I had forgotten what it took to get … Continue reading