Friday, December 19, 2008

Fall leaves under ice 1st of 3. For the last few years I have been fascinated by the look of leaves trapped under water and a coat of ice. The colors are intense and the shadows are deep from the low angle of the winter sun. Eventually I'll have a full set of images from this study...
Fall leaves under ice 2nd of 3.
Fall leaves under ice 3rd of 3.

Tuesday, December 02, 2008

This is the time of the year that ginkgo's to lose their leaves. The unusual building is my office. According to its history, it was initially a green house, then it was converted to a residence, then a office, then a residence, and now an office... my corner is a pleasant corner office in the back. I believe it is as far as possible from the source of heat - it is cold in my office... brrrr...

Thursday, November 20, 2008

Shirley and Bill with a robust fall Ginkgo in the background.

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

David and Patty. From a portrait session on a very windy and cold Fall day.

Friday, November 14, 2008

Polar bear from a recent visit to the Philadelphia Zoo. So cute. So cuddly. So lethal.

Sunday, November 02, 2008

"Friends" - my favorite shot from today's visit to the Philadelphia Zoo.
Amur Leopard at the Philadelphia Zoo. This is the first time I visited him that he was up and about. nice to get a little better look at him vs the leopard sleeping...

Saturday, November 01, 2008


Today we celebrated Gabe's first birthday. And Aunt Stacey baked him his own cake. After Gabe's big brother blew out his candle, Gabe got to eat one of the pumpkins - he really loved it!

Thursday, October 30, 2008

The first draft of Amy's and Rod's album is done. You can take a look at it here. It was a fun wedding and this time we included a trailer, bloopers, faux paux, etc...

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Time to get current with what we look like. Here I am with Francie. We took this photo at Lorimer Park in Montgomery County, PA. There are lots of scenic areas in the park. This is where we took the formal photos for Katie's and Clark's wedding.
Washington Crossing, PA. Where Washington crossed the Delaware River prior to the battle of Trenton. A few shots of the fall scenery in a beautiful location taken with my infrared D100.



Saturday, October 18, 2008

Congratulations Dennis and Amy! I will really enjoy covering your wedding.

Monday, September 29, 2008

Finally had a chance to sit for an extended period of time to try to get some nice portraits. Usually the birds rest where the camera isn't pointing - so I am learning how much patience is a virtue here...

Saturday, September 27, 2008

It is truly a lazy, rainy day... I'll watch Phillies today and see if they can close out the season well and win the NL East Pennant. Too wet to cut the grass... These fellows came by at breakfast time.

Friday, September 26, 2008

Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Evening visitor. Everynight she comes to visit and I get to watch. Tonite, I got her picture... The light was very dim and I did not have any additional light to brighten the photo. ISO 1600 1/100 @ f/2.8.

Wednesday, September 03, 2008

Washington Monument from the Lincoln Memorial.
This summer Buck came to visit us in SE Pennsylvania. He had one request, to visit Washington DC and the memorials to those who served. As a Vietnam veteran it was a special time for him. One of his goals was to walk the length of the wall - he succeeded. On our way to the wall, Buck took in a quiet moment at the Lincoln Memorial. Reflecting...
Abraham Lincoln, Buck and Chris...

A young tourist, a little tired, maybe a little bored...
In front of the Lincoln Memorial, Buck, Chris, Bob and our wheel chair with Buck's oxygen tank.
We came to Washington so Buck could visit the Vietnam Memorial. It was his first visit here. So long after his service and so long after the war. There were lots of stops and pauses when he reflected and then shared with Chris and me the stories of those he served with whose names were on the wall.







The Vietnam Wall with the Washington Monument in the background.

Taking a break after successfully walking the length of the wall.

 The winter of 2017-2018 produced some lovely snow with brisk damaging winds.