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!
Photographed with iPhone 6, Monday November 23, 2015
Getting ready for Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade
You could write a caption for this photo. It looks as if I posed them in this stance. We were walking back to our apartment
I asked if it would be okay if I took their photo. Well, in gestures. The man agreed.
The dog sat so handsomely.
His owner tried to get him to look at me, turn his face. So kind. I said, no problem, don’t worry, it’s okay.
Not sure what had his attention down the path towards the market but he sat so still, at the ready.
Laura is the one who spotted this parking spot. We were waiting for a taxi.
She asked, “Did you photograph the Dog Parking? and I said, “HUH?” but there it was. Thanks, La. Good find.
Seems everyone took their dog right inside the shopping area. Park your dog at King Cross
Lucky us! Happy Twelfth Birthday Anna Catherine!
One October morning before dawn, you made me and Marlene happy grandmothers.
Loved by your family and friends, your loving heart and kind spirit come out in your eyes.
Twelve years flew by! Love you lots, Anna. Happy Birthday. FF Ruthie
Hula Hooper Anna video from five years ago.
Josie the Airedale and granddaughter Anna
Had to get that cell phone to my eye as quickly as I could to capture this composition. My son had called the kids to help me load up the car as I prepared to leave Columbus for Pittsburgh. Henry is tagging along.
They were all (including Henry) going on their own trip, a couple of hours away, to select the Airedale puppy they’ll pick up Labor Day Weekend.
Anna as photographed by her mom, Erika, holding their choice- Josie.
Lots of shade in both photos
The baby was crying,. Not a good time to try to continue on with a photos shoot anyway. But it was an idea.
Penny was very happy to be front and center.
The blog is back in real time today. No flashbacks, no reblogs from six years ago.
Penny, the Golden Doodle, looks at the baby Charles and remembers when she was the center of attention.
Perhaps I should have made this a wordless Wednesday or a
You Write the Caption.
(And not sure what cousin Anna is doing )