I know I keep saying that I'm going to finish up with the vacation pictures soon (and I will) but I've got some kind of a mental block about it and I can't seem to get myself to do it. I want to get it over with as much as you want it behind us, so I promise, I'll get it done soon.In the meantime here's a video of Andrew enjoying a Brownie. I mean Really enjoying it. He smeared the chocolate icing all over his face, and then used his amazingly expressive eyes to tell the rest of the story.
I'm almost finished with the posts about our vacation (only 2 more to go), but life continues to roll on... Here are a few shots from our trip to the zoo on Sunday. It was a high overcast day which makes for beautiful light for photography. So for the first time in a long time on a trip to the zoo I left my biggest lens at home and installed my favorite portrait lens on my camera. I took a few other things in the bag as well, but I never changed lenses. I mainly focused on trying to get some nice pictures of the … Continue Reading ››
The return trip from Yellowstone National Park to Alberta crosses through some really flat land. This is a little taste of the sights and sounds from Big Sky Country.
On our last morning in Yellowstone I finally got around to making some images in the woods near our campsite. There was a fallen tree right beside our campsite and the kids were constantly wanting to play on it. It seemed like the perfect place to make a family portrait. One of my favorite things to see in the park was the wide open space between the trees in the forests and the short, bright green grass growing between. Sadly my pictures really don't do it justice, so you'll have to take my word for how beautiful it was.After taking this picture we finished packing up … Continue Reading ››
A few fun images from the zoo, mostly portraits of the kids in interesting light.