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Sentimental at heart, I value memories especially our shared memories. If you want to create lasting memories or make a great first impression where you and not the photographer is the center attention, we should talk.

Sunday, October 29, 2006

We walked past Ripley Museums many, many times. Last week we decided to take the tour. It was an interesting hour, reminiscent of historic carnival side shows. Each museum is said to have a different selection of exhibits.

A silver decorated skull from Tibet.

The Iron Maiden is one of many wicked devices for torture displayed in the museum. Uday Hussein, infamous son of the former dictator of Iraq who served as the country's sports Czar, had an Iron Maiden that he purposedly used to punish athletes who failed to live up to his expectations. For more information on the Iron Maiden.

Monday, October 16, 2006

Today's shot from the Philly Zoo - Elephant.

Saturday, October 14, 2006

Ali, 15 months old, very pleased with her new tatoo.

Thursday, October 05, 2006

End of another work day - Cheltenham, PA. Site of 309 - Easton Rd Interchange.

Close-up of one of the guys who is making the new road happen!

End of the work-day. A front is comming in and rain is in the forecast.

One of the big toys at the 309 - Easton Rd Interchange construction site.

Arcadia University, the old Beaver College, from the construction site of the new 309 - Easton Road Interchange.

Francie and Eli. Lots of luvin. Eli's seven months old with three teeth. And he's getting into everything!

Gram and Sammy enjoying a Sunday afternoon.

Wednesday, October 04, 2006

Sisters. Sometimes it's easier to capture sybling rivalry. It's much more rewarding to capture an image of genuine affection.

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