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Friday, September 3, 2010
Ryan Christopher was born via cesarean section at 1:23 p.m., Friday, September 3, 2010, to Chere and Michael Burtis in Everett, Washington. He weighs 7 pounds 10 ounces and is 20 inches long. I got to spend the evening at the hospital with Chere and Ryan and other family members. I’m so excited to be an auntie and can’t wait to see this little guy grow up.
Thursday, September 2, 2010
The nice thing about being stuck in traffic during sunsets is that you can photograph them if you get stopped in the right spots. I did not cause any accidents while shooting these. I did not hold up traffic either. I make no promises that I was at a full and complete stop while shooting. These are my disclaimers for the day. It was a long day. I drove to Portland, Oregon and back from Marysville, Washington to interview a subject on picture editing for my master’s project. The interview went well. Traffic on the way back did not. These are my reward.
Monday, August 30, 2010
Whenever I come to Seattle, it’s inevitable that I end up with good friends eating food somewhere. Cindy put together an impromptu Girl’s Night so that I could see some of the people around town that I would have missed this trip otherwise. It’s always nice to have good food and a lot of laughing with great company.
Sunday, August 29, 2010
I feel like I’m writing children’s books with the way I want to title this post. The dog likes to mug the camera and the spider was just hanging out on the porch. The two never met. Although the spider did meet Mr. Bugspray and his demise was soon to follow my portrait of him. The good news, the dog’s still here jumping around like an idiot.
|Riley really likes to mug the camera. She finds them interesting.|
|This is the spider that was living on Chere's porch. It met its doom via bug spray shortly after I took his picture.|
Saturday, July 24, 2010
So I'm finally able to pick up my camera with my one arm and shoot...as long as it's with a fixed lens. I took my 50mm to the wedding in Washington, MO, and these were a couple of my favorites from the day. It was a long day for me because I made it to the ceremony and then had to go back to Columbia to work and then head back for the reception. It was all worth it to see my friends this happy together!