Monthly Archives: July 2010

Snaps Of Kirsten

I haven’t worked with portrait stuff lately and so asked Kirsten to model for me outside. Without any fuss, she agreed and we headed to the backyard. Light wasn’t great but most of these were in the shade and so aren’t that bad for light although I admit I was struggling a bit and probably […]

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Chris - July 23, 2010 - 9:06 pm

LOVE THOSE!! Perhaps a reflector would have made some kind of difference but I can’t fathom what!! You daughter is as lovely as your wife! Your other daughter is catching up quickly!!

Graveyard in Old Town Alexandria

For years I have been driving past this old cemetery in Old Town next to the Beltway.  Since the temperature and humidity were ONLY 90, I decided to stop and walk around. Surprisingly, there were quite a few modern graves but there were some that were from the 1700s. I took lots of shots and […]

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Kelsey Halvorsen - July 24, 2010 - 8:56 am

The Dennis situation is interesting. It makes me think of what really happened to the gravestone, hmmmmmm.

Chris - July 22, 2010 - 1:01 pm

Considering what just a bronze plaque costs, I wonder what an angel goes for these days! Bunches, I’ll bet. Love how you caught the patina on it! It’d be hard to break a headstone, I think. Mother Nature can knock them over but it must have been a human that broke it. Nice imagination you have!!

So I Got A Cat! Or She Got Me!

Don’t know why I got a cat. I swore I would never have a cat again. But…  She’s 10, her previous owners went overseas and would have had to quarantine her for 6 months or more. She was in foster homes for months until she found me. She’s pretty cool…for a cat. Missy shaking all […]

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Chris - July 22, 2010 - 1:01 pm

She has the sweetest face! Glad she has access back into her favorite sleeping room!

Trying To Get Back But I Am Rusty!!

We took our kids to camp out in the woods last week (very quiet house!) and I took a couple of snaps on the way back. I really like fences, not just the photo op but the concept. The camp was out by the Virginia horse country and so there were lots of farms with […]

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Chris - July 22, 2010 - 1:02 pm

Love the light & shadows!! It’d be nice if they restore the mill. Too few of them remain.

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