This is coming up a tad late cuz, well, I didn’t have Internet access at the home office. That situation has been remedied. Anyway, here are some snaps from the Memorial Day parade on a perfect day in Elyria.
This is probably my favorite or second-favorite shot:
Chronicle-Telegram Chief Photog Bruce Bishop shot an almost identical shot to this. His got published in the paper. Me? Eh, that’s what blogs are for.
Another one of my faves. Bubbles!
Detail grabbed from shot above. Losing a little integrity. Wish I’d zoomed in on this.
Not sure what this has to do with Memorial Day, but here they are.
Of course, this is what it’s all about.
Instead of Hoppin’ John or pork and dumplings, I took advantage of a great deal on beef tenderloin and made a kick-a$$ stir-fry. Mmm, mmm.
Beef, onion, multicolor pepps and some curry powder, splash of soy sauce. DEE-lish
Yes, that is steam rising off the ol’ iron skillet.
It was a lovely, low-key Christmas this year. Nothing big. Coupla gag gifts, much goofing around.
The debate: Tree with flash or without? Without flash has some tricky backlighting (and me with no fill light in front).
Matt and Lindsey on their best behavior. Sort of.
Something old, something new
Grammy, Uncle John, Lindsey, Matt, DeAnne, and me (Princeton comma).
Say no more
This is my favorite Christmas ornament/figurine. It’s a simple wood carving, hand-painted. I like his quirky expression. It takes me back in time.
Reminds me of happy times
Also known as Thanksgiving leftovers. Why God gave us extra turkey and pumpkin pie.
Nothing like an extra thousand calories to start your Saturday morning.