Monday, November 10, 2008

My kids

I am so behind on posting images. I promise to show off some of the beautiful weddings we've witnessed these past few months. But, I took a minute to photograph my own two clowns:

Tuesday, October 7, 2008

PP of PA

Tammy and I did great at our State convention. We took 5 trophies between the two of us. Here are my prints:

"I'm Not Listening"

"Mountain Majesty"

"Tomorrow's Dreams"

Friday, September 5, 2008

So many great weddings lately! Here are a few from recent ones: Crissy and Jeff at the Casino

Jess and Ryan

Amy and Tom

Jessica and Ryan at Toftrees

Amy and Tom

Crissy and Jeff

Amy and Tom's seating cards for their wedding at Centre Hills Country Club. Daniel Vaughn did an amazing job.

Monday, August 18, 2008

Lauren and Rob

We've been so busy photographing weddings that I've been falling behind on blogging... Here are a few photos from Lauren and Rob's wedding. Rob and I go back to my PSU days. Yes, he got an A :-)
The wedding was beautiful and fun. And I've never seen a cake like this - all the way from Baltimore's Charm City Cakes (yes, from the "Ace of Cakes" tv show).

Thursday, August 7, 2008

Gerald T Smith and Youth-N-Praise

I photographed the coolest bunch of kids recently - The Gerald T Smith and Youth-N-Praise choir from Washington, DC. We were working on their new album cover.

Saturday, June 28, 2008

Day 2 in Amsterdam

Some photos from day 2 in Amsterdam. (We didn't take the camera around yesterday.)  I love this city. I've come close to getting killed by a bike, but other than that, what a great place... It's quiet, it's pretty, it's relaxed. And what do they feed these people? It's a country of Adonises. 

Cat sitting on a bike outside a bakery.

Go Orange! (We were bummed when Holland lost in the Europe Cup.)

Bikes, bikes and more bikes. And then... some bikes.
Listening to a band in the open air theater.
Tops of houses in the evening.
The view from our hotel window.

Last night in Paris. 

Little Street
Hotel de Ville
LGBT protest
The pyramid at the Louvre

I think it's about 10:00 PM when we took this. Just hanging out at the Touillere.

The Eiffel tower - sparkling

Faces on a bridge

Thursday, June 26, 2008

We thought about going to see the Orsay museum, but we're both museum-ed out. We decided to spend our last day in Paris just walking around and chilling.  We hung out in a park outside Notre Dame playing backgammon. We went to the Jewish section again, got some stuff for a picnic and had lunch on the tip of Iles de la Cite, playing backgammon some more. It's amazing, but (according to Glenn) every game I win is due to luck and every game he wins is due to skill.  Incidentally, I'm up by 22 points. Needless to say, one of us was in a crabby mood for much of the morning. We walked down St. Germain st, and back to our hotel. 

Notre Dame
Tip of Iles de la Cite

Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Last night we went out to hear Jazz. So an American and an Israeli-American end up listening to a Finnish band play Latin Jazz in Paris, France. Cool.  Our tickets actually got us into 4 clubs, so we kept hopping back and forth. We went to bed around 2:00 AM. Today we planned on going to the Foundation Cartier - a museum of modern art. We walked through Jardin Luxembourg to get there. Outside the park was a cool photography display. Large photographs hung on the length of the railings.  Unfortunately, when we got to the museum we discovered it was closed. Bummer. We made our way back through Rue Mouffetard - a little street market. We took a river boat to see some of the sights along the Seine.  The plan tonight is to take a walk along the Seine.

Photography display outside Jardin de Luxembourg
On the boat. Notre Dame growing out of Glenn's head.
Notre Dame from the back side.
Row of apartment buildings on Ile St. Louis. Glenn wants an apartment on the other side of the island. OK.
Hotel De Ville (City Hall)
Glenn's favorite bridge - Pont Alexandre III. We hope to see the lights come on tonight. 
Pont Alexandre III