Monthly Archives: June 2011

Today’s student, tomorrow’s model

My very favorite part of my job is photographing students. Normally, I work mostly with faculty and administration and I don’t seeView full post »

Day 542 – Does this come in a bottle

My daughter and her husband just returned from their honeymoon. This is what a week in Mexico looks like. I want some.View full post »

Building a portfolio

This weeks assignment for Project 52 is an exercise in laying out a portfolio.View full post »

Day 541 – When the fur flies

ISO 200, 200mm, f/7.1, 1/1000 sec I had never heard of Silken Windhounds before my friend Jeff told me about them. Oh my, they are dropView full post »

Day 540 – Ashtyn’s family

Meet Joe and Pepper. Pepper is part of the fabulous front-end team at our vet clinic and asked if I would do family pictures for them. IView full post »

Day 539 – A day for sailing

I didn’t haul my butt at of bed at 3 am this morning for this. I was after this, and this, and this, My friend Jeff called andView full post »

Day 538 – Nevermore

ISO 200, 105mm, f/6.3, 1/1000 sec Her name was Mrs. Washenfelder, she taught English Lit my senior year. She was famous for her reading ofView full post »

Day 537 – Airborne

ISO 400, 95mm, f/4.0, 1/800 sec Just a little flight, I mean playtime.View full post »

Summer cruise anyone?

ISO 3200, 105mm, f/4.0, 1/20 sec When I was down by the river a few weeks ago, I got lucky. Normally the Willamette Queen is dockedView full post »

Hello world!

Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging!View full post »

Day 535 – Against all odds

ISO 200, 105mm, f/6.3, 1/60 sec Calla lillies are probably my favorite flower. I love the simplicity of the blossom and the gentleView full post »

Day 534 – The face of victory

  This is how my daughter celebrates running 26.2 miles on a Sunday morning. Just for the record, she didn’t get those running genesView full post »