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A Self Portrait

The Flying Fish Swim Team

This past Saturday I was finally able to shoot the FFST swim team individual and team photos. I say finally because the weather just did not want to cooperate earlier in the summer. [Read more…]

San Jose Country Club Pool Cats

Thursday, July 8th was Team and Individual photo day for the Pool Cats of San Jose Country Club.

The Pool Cats are in the River City Swim League and perennially contend for the league championship. [Read more…]

Team USA – The Stingrays That Is

The River City Swim League summer swim season is underway and that means it is time for team and individual photos. The images are keepsakes of a summer built on training, competing and hanging out with friends old and new. [Read more…]

It's Not Always About The Game

Sometimes you find precious moments outside the field of play. [Read more…]

A Photobooth Self Portrait

January 21, 2009 – Seven

Emilia at 7 months.

Emilia at 7 months.

This little girl is one of the joys of my life. It has been a blessing watch her grow and gain motor skills and develop her personality. I am so glad to have her in our home along with my daughters. I love my family.

Data: Canon G9, ISO 800, f 2.8, 1/30 at 8:08 PM in Jacksonville, Florida.


January 18, 2009 – Portrait

"I want to be in the 365!" - Allie

"I want to be in the 365!" - Allie

We celebrated a three January birthdays today at the family Sunday dinner. The ages ranged from 8 to 90. This is the one in the middle, Allie, who recently turned 21. I managed to get a quick portrait done while a rousing game of croquet went on around us. Family gatherings. Memories. Great stuff.

Data: Canon G9, manual mode, ISO 400, f 5.0. 1/50 at 5:17 PM in Jacksonville. Florida.


January 11, 2009

Data: Canon G9, manual mode, ISO 400, f 2.8, 1/8 at 7:22 PM. 11/365

January 10, 2009 – Family

The Family Gallery

This family gallery keeps our family close together when distance keeps us apart.

These simple photos are a bond. A bond that allows 4 generations of a family to remain close. They have been given as gifts or simply quick snaps that have been framed. The photo is important in keeping people close to our hearts when distance separates us. Take photographs of your family and print them and put them in a frame to keep or to give. You will be glad you did.

Data: Canon G9, auto mode, ISO 200, f 2.8, 1/60 at 12:05 AM in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. 10/365