Jan 26 2008


Just wanted to share a few snapshots of my two beautiful nieces.

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Jan 19 2008

Wonderful historical find…

I just happened to run accross this wonderful piece of history as I was out and about.  It’s a small cemetery that’s somewhat hidden on the west side of Columbus.  I couldn’t resist a small photo session.  The second photo is a close up of what’s written on the rock in the first photo.  The others are quite self explanatory….of course, click for a larger version.

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Jan 12 2008

Checking in…

Just wanted to update my blog to let everyone know I’m still kickin’.  I’ve got a few personal photo projects I’m currently working on that I should be able to share over the next few weeks.  As far as photo sessions…well, things have been pretty slow.  That’s to be expected though for this time of year.  That said…if you or your family would like to book a photo session…let me know.  During this slow season I’ll offer anyone in the Columbus area a free session along with one free 8×10 of your choice…no obligations.  That said, here’s a picture from today….the day was quite nice but still chilly.  I thought this picture offered a nice contrast on the season.  The bench overlooking the small pond has a very “spring” or “summer” feel but the lack of people enjoying the outdoors and naked trees in the background reveal that things must not be quite as nice as they seem.



Jan 3 2008

Starting 2008…

Well, we’re off with the new year.  The winter months can be tough for me when it comes to photography.  Most people aren’t planning weddings or events during the winter and the beautiful outdoor locations are now often colorless and gray.  Many people just don’t think about photos from January thru April.  This gives me some time to focus on different types of photography.  One thing I do enjoy is macro photography….this is the art of taking close….very close up photos.  It allows us to see things in a way that is completely different from everyday life.  The best part about it is that it can be done anywhere.  A simple visit to the kitchen yields countless opportunities.  Everything from bugs to food…macro photography offers a virtual limitless amount of subjects.  As an example, here’s a tiny spider I happened to run accross.