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Monthly Archives: September 2010

Sunday, September 12, 2010

I had the opportunity to photograph a client this Sunday who I really enjoyed.  Even Max, the most people-shy dog in the whole world, had a great time with her!  We worked outside for a bit, using the brick wall of a catholic church as a backdrop while Max played and then we went back inside for some professional studio shots.  We got quite a bit done within an hour but I could have kept going!  It’s magic when you can meet someone new to photograph them, how things can change within the scope of such a brief time from opposite ends of a lens!

Labor Day Weekend, 2010

ESCAPE!  Work behind us, no cell phone service, no email … MAN do I miss living in the country sometimes!  Not that life here is no fun but vacation does feel nice!  Andrew, Max and I took off Saturday after work to the family cabin of a dear friend in the middle of nowhere Maine and it was simply heavenly.  Despite the gloomy forecasts and some overcast days, we had plenty of sunshine and no rain … leaving us an abundance of time to hike, to paddle and to take naps in the hammock, dock or just about anywhere we felt sleepy.  The good life, for sure!  Here’s one I am fond of.

Tuesday, August 31, 2010

On the last day of August, I was waiting on the grounds of the DeCordova Museum in Lincoln for two little girls to arrive for their portraiture session.  I was early.  So I took advantage of some immediate surroundings in the beautiful, late afternoon light, as I waited.  The sculpture park there never ceases to inspire me.  I feel like I know it like the back of my hand and yet somehow, with every visit, it all still feels quite new!