Jack was invited to an birthday party at the ice skating rink. He was so excited. Mark took him.
We came an hour later for “free skate” but I didn’t don skates.
A good photo op for Grandma, who happened to have the real camera, not just the iPhone.
Lots of reflections, not enough light or too much light.
On the way home I got to photograph a brightly lit house display as I was in the passenger seat.
Thank you for visiting the blog and clicking the ‘like’ button and/or leaving some good words. I appreciate your taking the time to look at the photographs. If you’ve been with me this year, you’ve already seen these images but after reading the Annual Review of my Blogging Year from WordPress, I wanted to capture 2015 myself. What I notice is I like weather, people, family and night photography.
I wish you a new year filled with good health and happiness.
A few of my favorites from 2015- I skipped over most of the food photos. Will take new ones in 2016!
Grandkids visit “Cloud Arbor is made up of 64 steel poles reaching 32 feet into the sky, embedded with nozzles that spray a fine mist of water, creating the effect of a spherical cloud suspended in the air.” (artist Ned Kahn)
Some of the family photos-
People at work and play
That’s what happens when you take a lunch break.
Fortunately the world didn’t suffer too much from the weight of an Airedale
My daughter Laura took this image, next to Columbus Architectural Salvage, Columbus, Ohio.
The title of the post, is the question she texted me.
“You realize they can see us through that window”, said Anna (12)
A detour for three small berry Smoothies and a gift card for Michael who wasn’t with us that trip. We had a good laugh.
Eye Spy it’s all about the eyes this week.
Charlie sports his Rudolph hat as his mom carries him with a new “baby-wearing coat”.
He’s peeking out, snug and warm.
Free pattern by Carissa Browning -click Rudolph Hat on Ravelry
Mark photographing the boys as Washington Crosses the Delaware. Although I’ve seen the painting I couldn’t have told you the artist’s name –Emanuel Gottlieb Leutz
St. Patrick’s Cathedral. I believe the year was 1947.(Bobbie?)
30 Rockefeller Center at Night
You have to have a few posed shots, attempting to get everyone with you at the same time. HA!
On your birthday today and everyday, I wish you much love and happiness. Thirty five years seemed to go by pretty fast.
I photographed a few of my kids special toys from childhood when I took a Polaroid Transfer class.
Barker and Little Green Doggie were Matthew’s favorites.
A few pictures from the past
A few pictures from this year. Love you, Ma
Remembering when we went to the Richie Havens concerts together and you met him in the hallway at the Carnegie Lecture Hall?
Charlie (4 months) and his mom, my daughter Laura.
Happy Fourth Anniversary to Laura and James.
Baby Charlie and his parents photographed Sunday November 8, 2015.
I had fun shooting “wedding photos” six months after the wedding- June 2012
Short North – Columbus OH
You may have seen the wedding photos after the wedding on November 12, 2011 but Mother of the Bride can’t be the photographer, too.