The reason why I love photography is hard to explain. I do have a day job/grownup job and I am using my left brain all day. All numbers; there is not much room to be creative.Read More
My daugher school want us to collect submit a baby picture of Carin for the year book. It took me little or no time to figure out which photo to submit for them.
I cannot believe my little girl is almost 11.
This morning I woke up early and went you and took some pictures. This was the first time sense my vacation in August that I was able to take "personal" pictures. I had every intention of going to the main cemetery in Peabody but the gates were still locked. So I ended up going to a small cemetery around the corner from my house.
To quote the character Jack Torrance from the movie The Shinning, "All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy." Or Homer from the Simpson's in the episode Treehouse of Horror V, " No TV And No Beer Make Homer Go Crazy. (Yes I am a fan of the Simpson's.) Here is a picture from my wedding cake 10 years ago. (10 years on Friday November 14th)
My wife Tiffany has been a great deciding force in my decision in following my passion of photography. I am so happy that she has been a part of my life over the last 10 years. (10 years of marriage and 11 months of dating.) I cannot forget my daughter Carin. Her happy spirit puts a smile on my face.
I now know I need to schedule these little breaks from the ordinary.
I will post images shortly. (I am still edit images from my last wedding.)
On Saturday I did some pro-bono work for the Charles River Museum of Industry. I have always loved this museum and have wanted to go back. (I plan on going next Saturday to take more pictures of the inside of the museum.)
The Charles River Museum of Industry had a festival called Innovations of Yesteryear. This was the first year that they had it and they hope to make it an annual event. Here are some of my favorite images from the day.
I was very lucky enough to have my daughter Carin to come as an assistant.
Carin had fun with the typewritter. (OK, I did it, not Carin.)