This wedding had some special features for me. First, it was on my birthday, and second, the groom went to school with one of my daughters. The wedding was held near Lake Don Pedro, at the Hacienda Complex, part of the Lake Don Pedro Owners Association. It was the first time I’ve ever seen this...
Category Archives: Time Wasters
Another April wedding, this time at one of my favorite places over the years, The River Mill.
I liked this place so much that when my daughter got married, that’s where we had her wedding.
Here are the guys out in the parking lot.
And here is Korylea in the balcony area.
And here they are, during their first...
I was up on the roof pruning the birch tree and bushes away from the chimney when I noticed that the
birch tree was filled with various stages of ladybugs. Everything from the tiniest larvae through various
molting stages, through pupae, up until fully-grown adults.
Not surprising, really, as the tree is overrun with aphids and little flies.
This wedding was out on the family property near Linden, CA. I had photographed Kelli’s brother’s
wedding several years earlier. I like this next shot because you can never have enough shots of
yourself standing on a garage photographing the processional.
Here is one of the shots from the roof of the garage:
To view their album, click here.
That’s a good question. Now that wedding and high school senior seasons are over, I’m going to try to do better. Although much of the value of a blog is to have up-to-the-minute news, anything I post here will still be more current than my website, so I think it will still be worthwhile. So what...
I was doing a day after session, where I photograph a couple at a beautiful spot on some day other than the wedding day. The sunset was rapidly approaching. I had the B&G at one end of a covered bridge. I was going to have them and the bridge, with an old brick building and...
From Saturday’s (4/26/08) wedding. This is the container from the Sand Ceremony. I liked the symbolism of the two colors of sand and the two rings. But instead of placing the rings on their respective colors, I decided to have each ring act as a bridge between the two colors. Sentimental? Of course it is!
This little guy first showed up at our place a year ago. We haven’t seen him around for a while, so figured he had moved on. Today he showed up again.
I just got back from 5 days at California Photographic Workshops. I am one of the directors of this school, put on once a year for professional and aspiring photographers. This was at Mission Springs in Scott’s Valley, near Santa Cruz, CA. One evening, we brought models to the beach. In between helping various students,...